By Tracking I am speaking of tracking your book. It could be Sales, Royalties, Reviews, or something altogether different. There are a lot of methods out there and I assume they are successful, especially if they’ve been around a lot.
When you are publishing a book of 150 pages or less it is wise to consider your costs. You may be able to find a self-publisher who will publish the book but beware the price. For such a small book you may want to check out local printers.
Lately I have been receiving interest from authors wanting to publish small books. These are books that amount to only 100 pages or up to 150 pages. This actually aligns with our intent to help authors out at a low cost.
Panic is a real emotion whether based real or imagined events. Look at the pandemic. There is a surge of the virus among younger healthier people while at the same time the death rate is plummeting. What do people focus on? The rise in cases. But they should be focused on the death rate which fell from almost 6% to under 5%.
This same illogical reaction occurs in writers. It can be about their published book, lack of sales, royalties, and more. Then you have the as of yet unpublished book. It can be excessive worry over the story itself transforming itself into writer’s bloc.
Because when you are writing fiction or non-fiction research is a necessary and a sometimes overlooked necessity.
Yesterday I wrote about Biblical novels, what about any historical novel. Very similar.
Writing a Bible-based novel can be successful or risky. But if you use these simple guidelines you should be able to appeal to a large audience.
The Bible talks about there being a time for this and a time for that. Is there a time for swearing? Don’t people swear?
Of course, they do! And some people, not all, swear profusely. But should a writer include swear words?
Anytime the reader uses his or her imagination it is a good thing.
A good practice is to always preview your book before publishing. You don’t want the gutter too big that it becomes part of the front or back covers. Nor do you want it too small causing the front and back covers to overlap the gutter.