If you’re a fan of data, especially data on indie book sales, you’ll love wading through the sea of it at authorearnings.com. The site, “by authors, for authors” (spearheaded by best-selling indie author Hugh Howey) touts as its purpose, “to gather and share information so that writers can make informed decisions. Our secondary mission is to call for change within the publishing community for better pay and fairer terms in all contracts.”
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Take the time to read this report and weigh in with your own conclusions. And, if you’re really, really into data, the site provides a download to the Excel file that includes all the raw data used for the report.
Conclusion: It’s fascinating info, and full of trends every author should be monitoring. But author beware – there’s still an enormous challenge for debut authors, especially in the fiction category, to get noticed among the millions of titles fighting for attention.
We’re interested to hear what you glean from the report, and whether it changes your mind about your preferred method of publishing…