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How to not starve as an indie author

What an excellent post! I read it from top to bottom. The information you shared here were very valuable and worthy to be shared to other people, be in self-publishing industry or not. 🙂


Perhaps we’ve all heard the saying of, “Do what you love and the money will follow.” I admittedly haven’t listened to much unsolicited advice from family over the years however, this is one that seems to have stuck with me. It really is true (no matter how it may seem at the moment). If you hadn’t yet heard it, now you can say you have. 😉

Many indie authors have other types of work to sustain them through their periods of writing. In fact, MOST authors do unless you are Anne Rice perhaps. I found a great article I’d like to share on doing what you love without starving. It’s not written specifically for indie authors but you get the message.


By Marty Nemko –
If you are a star—very bright, talented, motivated, and personable and you have a passion, even if it’s in a competitive field, sure, go for…

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