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How to Make Money Writing Romance – Pretty Good Money!

It’s been a minute since I’ve written a non-fiction ebook. But, I’ve been getting a lot of questions lately about romance writing, so I thought I’d share what I’ve learned in almost 18 months of writing in this genre.

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Freelance Writers: Ever Thought about Making Money Self-Publishing Romance Novels? It’s Easier Than You Think

Recently, I did an “Author Interview” over at RomanceJunkies.com. It’s an award-winning blog for romance readers by the way, getting over 1,000,000 hits per month. And, it was named one of the 101 best sites for writers in 2009, 2010 and 2011.

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Romance Junkies: Author Interview, Yuwanda Black

Publisher Note: This interview originally appeared on the RomanceJunkies.com blog. The link to it on that site is no longer live, so I decided to past it here.

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How Much Time Should You Spend Marketing Your Self-Published, Fiction Books?

Recently, I did a post about how and why I was making a transition in my writing career — going from freelance, non-fiction business writing, to self-publishing mostly fiction (romance/crime).

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Freelance Writers: A Hot, Growing Niche Where You Can Make Really Good Money

If you’re a regular reader of this blog, you know that I’m a self-published author. So, what does that have to do with the title of this post? Well, servicing self-publishers is the hot niche I’m talking about, as I discuss in this article.

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Romance Writing Tips for Self-Published Authors

If you’re a regular reader of this blog, you know that I am all about showing you ways to earn money in many ways as a writer. This means not just focusing on getting freelance writing work from clients, but self-publishing your own works.

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Self-Publishing Insights: Is It Best to Sell Your Ebooks from Your Own Site/Blog or via Biggies Like Amazon?

Today’s post was inspired by a question I received from a Twitter follower earlier this month. She DM’d me, asking about selling ebooks on e-Junkie, ie was it worth it?

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How to Market Your Self-Published Ebook (Part IV): How to Effectively Use Your Blog to Sell Your Ebook

The most successful way I have been able to sell my ebook has been through my own blog. My women’s health site, Garlic And Lemons, has attracted women from all over the world who primarily are looking for natural approaches to addressing their problem with uterine fibroids.

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How to Market Your Self-Published Ebook (Part III): How to Sell (More) Books on Amazon

The following is a guest post by Halona Black.

There is nothing like the excitement of uploading your first ebook on to Amazon. I found it to be a validating experience to see my work on the same virtual shelves as some of my favorite authors.

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Self-Publishing on Kindle: How to Get Your Ebook Published When Amazon Flags It for Possible Copyright Infringement

Amazon refused to publish one of my ebooks when I first submitted it because of possible copyright infringement. Of course, I was able to prove that I was the original creator of the material and the ebook was eventually published. Following is some insight into how this can happen, and what to do about it if it does.

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How to Market Your Self-Published Ebook (Part II): Boot-Strapping It — Putting Together a Low-Cost/No-Cost Plan

by Halona Black

Part I of this series focused on some of my own mistakes I made when I wrote, self published, and began marketing my first ebook a little over one year ago. This post will focus on the process of creating a marketing plan using as many free tactics as possible. …

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How to Market Your Self-Published Ebook (Part I): One Freelance Writer Shares the Biggest Mistakes She’s Made

by Halona Black

Publisher Note: This is the first post in a four-part series written just for Inkwell Editorial outlining how to market your self published ebook. Successive posts will be published every Tuesday this month. …

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