The New York Times caused a stir recently when, in an article about pandemic book sales, it disclosed that “98 percent of the books that publishers released in 2020 sold fewer than 5,000 copies.” Though that statistic was shocking to many, it is not new information.
Lindsey Stirling dances while she plays the violin. If you haven’t seen her do it yet please watch this video. It is mind-blowing. Sometimes she is a w…
Emilia Rose writes erotica—specifically werewolf erotica—for Patreon. She builds her audience by serializing chapters on Wattpad, then at the end of ea…
I have a dream... That one day we will be able to find and follow the writers we love—just like we do on Twitter. That we will be able to subscribe to …
I’ve been debating what I want to do with my book when it’s done serializing on Substack. Do I leave it on Substack and require a subscription to read …
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Travis Deverell—aka Shirtaloon—earns between $15,000 and $20,000 a month writing fiction for Royal Road. His first two books debuted on Amazon this yea…
“I make about 2.5x more from my self-published books than I do from my traditionally published ones, and that's largely due to earning MUCH more on eac…
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