That Book is Not Going to Sell

Every author wants to sell out. Everyone may not desire to be a best-seller, but who wants to write a book and not sell it?

Have you ever wanted something but didn’t know how to get it? One day I was watching the T.V show, The Game. If you don’t know what that show is, it’s now on HULU and Netflix. I loved watching that show. Even though it was fictional, there were some episodes where they dropped some jewels. During season five, there were a couple of episodes where the characters Melanie (Tia Mowry) and her husband Derwin (Pooch Hall) were trying to have a baby. They found out Melanie couldn’t carry a baby. First, the couple tried to hide the pain of receiving the news by ignoring the horrible news their doctor told them. Second, they considered adoption. Then, Melanie asked her friend Tasha (Wendy Raquel Robinson) to carry a baby for her. Melanie knew she wanted something, and no matter how much it hurt, she was going to figure it out.

Will you figure it out? I had to figure it out. With my first two books, I barely sold 100 copies a year. I didn't have a clue on how to sell a book. I was going after my readers the wrong way. My only excuse was I didn’t know what to do. Correction, I wasn’t trying to figure out what to do. But, there comes a time when you get a reality check. I had a reality check! I knew for a fact there was no way I would create continuous income with my books if I didn’t get off my lazy butt and go after it.

During the only pandemic in my lifetime, I sold out of my book, Dear Future Black Queen. I didn’t sell out one time but four times within 30 days. I had a set number of books I was going to sell during my 30-day pre-sales. Because of my marketing strategies, I exceeded that number over and over again. How did I do it? Stop by and download your copy of my ebook on how to sell out of a book multiple times successfully.

Be successful in everything you do.


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