And what about the three novel box set? In order to thrive in the Amazon food chain, a steady supply of books must be cranked out which results in burnout and breakdown--and encourages writers to take short cuts that absolutely affect the quality of books. And that's actually also my advice for traditional authors as well. I think this is because my existing readership saw a chance to pick up some completer titles and simply bought the box set outright. There's a handy dandy relatively inexpensive tool called Book Report. Okay, so on to comparing sales of the single titles. These novels will continue to age and their earnings will continue to decline. My challenge is to figure out the best way to do that.
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