#1 People aren’t waiting to buy your book. The shock. The horror! 😛 I jest. I think it’s common when you’re first starting out to imagine people are as excited about your books as you are. I remember thinking my books would take off one day (With no real plan other than thinking people would […]16 Things I’ve Learned After Self-Publishing 16 Books — Sara Flower Kjeldsen Writes
Indie authors, I think we can all admit that the path we’ve chosen is hard. But being honest about those difficulties and sharing them with one another is a great way to ease the burden and band together as indie authors – and that’s exactly what I felt from this post.
If you need some encouragement today, take a look through Sara’s post. Not only is it relatable, but it’s also just comforting to know that someone else faces the same roadblocks that you do. People not buying your books? Yep, someone else is facing that, too! Feeling down about negative reviews? This post reminds you that you’ve made a huge achievement just by publishing a book.
I hope you’ll read this little confidence boost today and take comfort in knowing that there are other indie authors out there on this journey alongside you.
Happy writing, and have a great weekend!
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