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Episode 78 - Overwhelm, Indie Earnings, and Legacies
Question of the Week:

Should we keep the sounders? And how has KBoards helped you during your indie author career?


After introducing their latest patron, Michael Allen Peck and his book The Journeyman, Bryan and Jim tackled the latest tips and news. Tips included myths about author marketing, Draft2Digital's new back matter feature, and passive book marketing. Stories focused on an Oyster update, the growing pay-per-page model, indie author post-production, the mahogany desk flu, the Author Earnings individual report, and the passing of an important figure in self-publishing. The Question of the Week is: Should we keep the sounders? And how has KBoards helped you during your indie author career?


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What You'll Learn:


  • Which myths about author marketing you should kick to the curb

  • How Draft2Digital will help you deal with the annoyance of back matter

  • What you should do to passively market your books

  • An update about the status of Oyster

  • How the pay-per-page model could change the industry

  • What self-publishing has done to make post-production more important

  • What Jim called a "non-reality moment"

  • How the latest Author Earnings individual report impact the industry

  • Why Harvey Chute was so important to the indie community


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Question of the Week:

Should we keep the sounders? And how has KBoards helped you during your indie author career?