Anyone who endeavors to write a book, self-publish it, and market it to improve sales is a creative person who is in business for himself or herself. Producing and selling books is a business and it’s important to see yourself as a publishing entrepreneur.
Here’s a question for you: Do you want to write one book or do you want to write as many books as you possibly can? The reality of being a self-published author is that the more books you write, the more books you’ll sell. The second book will help to sell the first book, and the third book will boost the sales of the second book. It’s true.
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This line of thinking brings me to this question that I want you to consider: do you want to be a productive entrepreneur? In other words, do you want to fit writing lots of books into your already busy life?