Let me tell you something about trying to make money as an Indie Author. I’ve written a stack of books, and THAT WAS EASY compared to selling them.
Anyone who tells you different is either deluded, has no idea what they are talking about or is lying to you.
Like any small business owner, Indie’s learn how to do as much as possible to keep production costs down.
That doesn’t mean they skimp on quality. It means that they love what they do enough to spend thousands of dollars while hoping they have created a product that consumers want to buy.
Since a book is a product, and since a business is about providing customers with what they want, doesn’t it make sense to give readers what they are prepared to pay for?
The most successful Indie Authors I know are selling in markets that have an enormous appetite and have readers who WILL PAY for books.
Like all small business owners who are trying to stay afloat, I need to bring in income to cover operating costs.
It’s counterproductive to continue publishing anything as Sarah Addison-Fox if those books don’t generate income.
After careful consideration and because each series costs thousands of dollars to produce, launch and then advertise, it’s looking likely this next series will be my last YA series published as Sarah Addison-Fox.
If you want to be involved in my final series launch mid-year and read Dystopian, email me .
As well as e copies, I will also be giving away a selected amount of paperback ARC’s to approved reviewers.
Until then, here's a look at the cover photo that inspired the romance in my upcoming series.