Why Your Book Isn’t Selling

Nicholas C. Rossis

Linda Cartwright | From the blog of Nicholas C. Rossis, author of science fiction, the Pearseus epic fantasy series and children's bookThis is a guest post by Linda Cartwright. You may remember her from her recent post, Self-Publishing Basics. Linda is an author and a freelance writer with a background in education. She lives in Seattle, teaches creative writing classes online and supports e-learning initiatives. Her darkest secret is that writing is only her second favorite thing to do… after reading. You can follow Linda on Twitter.

Linda has been studying self-publishing basics. She’s sharing here what she’s discovered so far.

Why Your Book Isn’t Selling

Books for sale | From the blog of Nicholas C. Rossis, author of science fiction, the Pearseus epic fantasy series and children's books

You were excited with the idea, you wrote with passion, you edited meticulously, you worked and worked, you published… and nothing. Your book isn’t selling.

If anything can dampen creative spirit – that’s the thing. We all depend on feedback and appreciation just to keep going. This situation is even more frustrating for self-publishing authors who invest their time and money into the endeavor…

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3 thoughts on “Why Your Book Isn’t Selling

  1. NICHOLAS I HAVE TRIED FOR SOME TIME TO MARKET MY BOOKS BY SELF PUBLISHING AND EVEN STARTED MY OWN PUBLISHING COMPANY ‘ARCTIC BOOKS’ BUT ALAS I CAN NOT HIT THE MARKET
    I AM LOOKING FOR AN AGENT OR PUBLISHER TO GET ME OUT THERE. AT THE MOMENT I AM WRITING FOR THE BBC BUT I WANT A BOOK OUT IN THE MARKET PLACE, ANY IDEAS NICHOLAS? CHINA

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