. . . it’s the proofreading, editing, rewriting, formatting, cover designing, marketing, selling, begging for reviews, etc.
Roz Morris has a few words about ebook piracy over at Nail Your Novel:
“I’ve had a worrying experience with a local book club. I’m not sure it is as it appears, so I won’t name names. But either way, it raises worrying questions about the way authors’ work is valued.”
Continue reading about Morris’ experience here.
Reviews. They seem to be the only thing harder to get than a six-digit publishing contract.
If you’re struggling to get readers to leave reviews for your books (like the rest of us), then check out K. Kris Loomis’ article for encouragement and advice regarding short-term and long-term goals when it comes to receiving reviews.