- The average self-published author makes less than $5,000 from their books (source).
- The average traditionally-published author makes less than $10,000 from their books.
- There is little money in books.
- There is a LOT of money available outside of a book if you know how to create it.
As a consultant, I’ve worked with over 400 authors across America, including several New York Times bestsellers. I know what works and what doesn’t. In addition, I’ve written two books myself. My first book was self-published, and my second was traditionally-published. Neither made the bestseller lists. However, both books achieved something better than being a bestseller. They helped me make a six-figure income for over 10 years running. I’d much rather have money in the bank to comfortably pay my bills than appear on a paper list and live as a starving author. You’d be surprised how many bestsellers eek out a tough living.
If the average author makes less than $10,000, why did my two books generate so much income? My secret is that I used my book as a ladder to create higher levels of revenue. My book wasn’t the finish line. It was the foundation to building a thriving business. I want to show you how to do the same thing.
Authors who focus solely on writing books usually pump out a bunch of mediocre literature, pray for their books to sell, and scrape by financially. They wonder why being a writer seems so hard. It’s hard because they never get off the ground. They stay stuck on the first rung of a ladder and never climb up. If you want to make a living as an author, you’ve got to write the best book possible. But, more importantly, you’ve got to use your book as the foundation to generate larger streams of revenue.
What If You Write Fiction?
Anyone who writes fiction may be wondering, “Can a fiction author really build a revenue ladder?” The answer is yes. In fact, a novelist has just as many opportunities to create spin-off revenue as a non-fiction author. Some of the most successful authors on the planet are fiction authors, such as James Patterson, J.K. Rowling, John Grisham, Debbie Macomber, etc. This tutorial provides numerous income-generating ideas for novelists. The key is that you have to put just as much creativity into building your business as you do in creating your stories.
You are the only limit to your message. If you’re a good writer who isn’t making as much money as you hoped, you are probably unaware or unwilling to think outside of your book. Your book is the starting point for building your revenue. Follow along in my 14-page tutorial, and I’ll show how people will happily pay you more money beyond just the typical book sale. My Author Revenue Ladder will help you:
- Identify at least 3 – 5 new ways to generate additional revenue.
- Spot income-earning opportunities you never thought about before.
- Wring extra cash out of the material you’ve already got.
- Reduce worrying over finances and renew your passion for writing.
- Gain a deeper sense of confidence and freedom over your career.
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