Sell without Rapid Release
How to get customers between book launches
In her best-selling book, Dear Writer, You Need to Quit, Becca Syme famously told stressed-out authors to question the premise of the expectations they place on themselves.
One of those premises that many of us believe is that we MUST release multiple books a year in order to attract readers and to earn a living, even a modest one.
Many authors have made their money this way, so I’m not denying it can bring you success.
A book a month or a book every two months seems to be the conventional wisdom, as demonstrated by highly successful author Shawn Inmon:
So is there any hope for those of us who can’t keep up the pace?
For those of us who write slower, how can you attract new readers while you’re working on your next book? I found one that is working for me and other authors.