Just as the whole book publishing business was starting to get stale, Amazon surprised us once again by introducing Kindle Worlds, as most of you know by know. I have always been intrigued by words and the very idea of fan fiction. People who put their time and effort into such thing typically do it for the mere love of it, and rarely ever get paid. But if Amazon is looking to pay us for such a “hobby,” well, why not jump on the bandwagon?
I was recently speaking to a friend about it and he seems to like the idea. But sadly, he doesn’t know the first thing about these Worlds or any of the characters involved in each show.
So this is the reason I randomly brought up Amazon’s newest writing opportunity; it’s intriguing by all means, but it’s also something not to jump into unless you truly have a passion for the TV show you’re currently writing about.
Anyway, let’s talk a bit about money now, shall we?
My Income Report:
Amazon Net Units Sold: 1,697
B&N Net Units Sold: 318
Total Income (Approximate) $860
About a month or so ago, I finally (and randomly) decided to try a quick children’s book after reading a decent WSO sold by LilaJade over on the Warrior Forum. While it didn’t produce the results I expected, I will continue to apply her methods and strategies in an effort to expand my genres a bit. As of now, it brings me an average of $7 per month, which is better than nothing considering it contains less than 1,500 words. Anyway, check out her report if you can, as it covers a fair share of techniques within this supposedly untapped niche.
Aside from this, I am also writing and proof reading an erotic trilogy that my friend and I have been working on. I plan on marketing these books as best I can and post our results in due time.
As far as my usual erotic short stories go, I have only published 2 of them in August for now. It’s a bit tough to multi-task between different projects simultaneously.
Meanwhile, feel free to comment below if you guys have any questions about anything. Yes, even about Twinkies.