More Than Money: 4 Types of Value Found in a Self-Published Book

May 7, 2021 6 min read

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How much do you make?

It’s a question that a salaried employee doesn’t often hear, but one that self-published writers get at a surprisingly frequent rate. 

The answer: It depends. And it really does depend. A lot.

Typically, self-published writers don’t start with their book sales as the only income stream. Because of that, a self-published writer might make anywhere from $1,000 to $100,000 in a year. As the owner of a self-publishing company, I hear the “how much money do you make” question perhaps more than anybody. 

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