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Barry Eisler turned down a large deal to go on his own with ebook publishing.
Six-figure publishing contracts are the stuff most writers dream of, but for Barry Eisler, publishing his work online had even more allure. The bestselling thriller author and former CIA agent turned down a “half a mil” publishing contract for two books, opting to release his work as e-books on Amazon and other e-publishing platforms. Though Eisler is opposed to the onerous DRM that traditional publishers impose on the books in their stables, he says his decision was motivated by economic realities rather than highfalutin principles. When he was sitting at the table with his family and trying to figure out the terms of his next deal, his eleven-year-old daughter asked why he didn’t just self-publish — and he realized that she had a point.
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Quite a few folks find this blog searching for information on how much money indie authors are making e-publishing. Is it possible to make a living? Which genres sell best?
I’ve addressed some of these questions in previous posts, so today’s post is all about inspiration. You can make money as an indie, and you can even make a lot.
Today we’re looking at indie fantasy authors Brian S. Pratt, BV Larson, and David Dalglish. I don’t know any of these fellows personally, but from their sales rankings and their various blog posts and interviews, it’s clear they’re earning enough to make a living from their e-publishing careers (sometimes a very good living!). And the fact that they write high fantasy and science fiction shows that you don’t have to stick to popular genres.Read the rest of the article...
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