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How to, Kindle, Self-publishing, Writing / 08.05.2019

The Benefits of Writing If you want to make money online, writing is the most lucrative of all pursuits. Personally, I love selling clothing on eBay and used books on Amazon. But writing is becoming my main focus for a few reasons. For one, when I want to list something on eBay I have to go to Goodwills, thrift stores, or yard sales to find things like glasses, and old electronics to flip. [caption id="attachment_633" align="alignnone" width="438"] I got it for $5 at a yard sale last weekend. I'm selling it for $87...

How to, Kindle, Self-publishing / 02.04.2019

Intro I've been experimenting with self-publishing on Kindle for over 2 years, but have only recently made over $100 in royalties for the month: The first couple years of publishing on Kindle I was publishing very inconsistently- I only released about 12 books in 2 years. Since I've released my first erotica about 2 months ago,  I've published 12 more erotic stories. Now that I'm actually starting to make money on Kindle, I'm more motivated than ever to keep publishing. The biggest factor in actually making money was learning how to do...

Kindle, Self-publishing, trade secrets / 25.03.2019

Why you should Publish on Kindle Besides my eBay, and Amazon accounts, I'm focusing on publishing ebooks with Amazon Kindle. I've been writing erotica stories that are between 3500 and 6000 words. Because they're short I've been publishing 2 stories a week (I only published 1 story this week, unfortunately). [caption id="attachment_439" align="alignnone" width="317"] I'm halfway done with the other one[/caption] I price all my stories at $2.99, I and get to keep 70% of this- that's a little less than $2.10 per sale. Amazon gets the last 30%. Let's be real, $2.10 isn't...