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Old 03-09-2014, 01:52 PM
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Default Getting on the bestseller list


This comes from the Always Writing blog @ http://neilostroff.blogspot.com/2014...ller-list.html and really hits home. This excerpt really hits home and is the hardest part of being a writer. It takes work and is most frustrating.

It takes a lot of time to plug in marketing information, time that takes away from writing that next book. Itís true that word-of-mouth is by far the biggest seller of books, but it seems that with the internet and worldwide exposure, that word-of-mouth can get lost in the chatter of so many new books. I may never hit the Amazon bestseller list again (hopefully I will) but it was certainly a boost to my writerís ego to know that for a brief time I was ranked right up there beside such great writers as Ann Rice, Stephen King, and Suzanne Collins. It made all the years spent weaving my tales worth it
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