By: Elizabeth S. Craig
Writers sometimes ask me, usually anxiously, what they can do to help boost sales. Inevitably, they have only one book published.
I know when I was just traditionally-published I had that underlying feeling that I should be doing more
for my book. That I was leaning too much on
Penguin and they weren’t, actually, even doing all that much
As a self-published author, I think this feeling is magnified. After all, we’re 100% responsible for sales.
And I hate that anyone giving advice about sales sounds like a broken record, but
think the standard advice is sound.
Things we can do to try and improve sales:
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