**Insights from Self-Published Authors who found Success Publishing Independently**
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So every other book out there is telling you about the Self-Publishing revolution, and how it's time for you to quit your day-job, sell your grandma, move to Paris, grow a goatee and spend all day writing by a sidewalk café.
After all, that's what Ernest Hemmingway did, and he ended up writing some pretty decent books, didn't he? Probably made some money while he was at it too. When you eventually finish your literary masterpiece about star-crossed intergalactic lovers from rival solar systems, all you'll have to do is publish it on the Kindle, sit back, and just wait for that nice, crinkly moolah to flow into your pocket.
It's really that simple. Or is it?
There are currently more than 1.5 million ebooks available on the Kindle and that number is increasing at an alarming pace with each passing day. The barriers to self-publishing are low, and everybody and his mum has written a book.
So what's going to separate your book from the 1001 other literary masterpieces about star-crossed intergalactic lovers from rival solar systems?
Learn Tips and Tricks from Best-Selling Self-Published Authors
Shane Lee curated a selection of the world's most successful self-published authors to find out how they made it in the ultra-competitive world of book publishing. You'll hear from the award winning authors behind the self-published sensations Wool, My Temporary Life, Riptide and many more.
- How participating in various ebook forums helped Allan Guthrie
- How B.V Larson juggles different writing styles
- What C.J Lyon's 'Crack Dealer' theory of book marketing is
- Why Donna Fasano believes in outsourcing certain aspects of her books
- Why Hugh Howey stresses the importance of diversifying into different genres
If you're considering self-publishing, or if you just want to find out how the best in the business tip the scales in their favor, The Self-Publishing Playbook will show you how.