9 Reasons I Don’t Care If My Book Sells

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9 Reasons I Don’t Care If My Book Sells

I rewrote this article and moved it to my content writer site! You can find it here: https://ellejoneswriter.wixsite.com/portfolio/post/9-reasons-i-don-t-care-if-my-book-sells

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  1. I appreciate this post. I feel as if you walked through my mind and put my thoughts into words. Not only is this article well written — it is also thought-provoking and humbling. You “nailed it.”

    1. Thank you for your kind words Tesa! I struggle with this a lot, and when my client reached out to me with his own doubts, I realized I’m not alone. I’m really glad you enjoyed the blog. Thank you. <3

    1. Thanks Kathleen. I agree that writing often takes us on unexpected adventures. I too am glad we live in a literate age.

  2. There is a reason you are my favorite female author. You inspire me. You make me strive to someday be half as good as a writer as you are. It’s a lofty goal.

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