Ok, more funtimes with #writing As I drink some nice tea to calm down from a rather crazy retail nightshift. As a former whale reader: Most will give you a looksee if you have at least 3+ books to your name on Amazon *as an example. Even if its novellas like Scout series: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B074BQ2SD8?searchxofy=true&binding=kindle_edition&ref_=dbs_s_aps_series_rwt_tkin That reader will know you are confident. That you wont leave them hanging. Its why I am doing Uplift Protocol on my blog as a serial first. Then Ill go from there to Ebook release once the series is done. Heck, its why Dark Titan gets my looksee as well. They are going all out to produce as well: https://www.amazon.com/s?i=digital-text&rh=p_27:Ty'Ron+W.+C.+Robinson+II&_encoding=UTF8 If you are looking at writing as a business setup, think of each book in your arsenal as an investment. Build that library or backlog. Anthologies are a good way to get noticed as well. Do you have to do a good amount of footwork as an indie? Sure. But in the long run, you will gain more than just writing skills. Take a look at books you read. What genres or wheelhouses do you like? Read those. See how they use their blurbs to bring you in. You are your greatest resource to see what you'd want to write.
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