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Category One: Unsuccessful Authors These fellas make a lot of effort with their writing, but don’t get much back in return.They could have the best marketing team working for them, but nothing will ever happen, because these guys usually end up getting in their own way.The very serious condition of STS is likely to hit this type – Success Trap Syndrome. Rowling recently released a crime novel under a pseudonym (The Cuckoo’s Calling) – she later claimed that it was a wonderful freedom to write under another name, without the expectations from the Harry Potter series and The Casual Vacancy weighing her down. Authors and publishers alike should avoid STS at all costs. Laziness, snootiness and high expectations that everyone else should be doing the work are all symptoms (actually, this sounds a lot like characteristics from ‘Unsuccessful Authors’, but these authors have actually made sales before resorting to this behaviour). Admittedly, after it was revealed that Rowling wrote the book (not ‘Robert Galbraith’), sales did rocket, but the novel itself has been critically praised. In the next blog post we’ll be looking at dead authors, and authors who might as well be. Rowling didn’t want to become complacent or entitled, so she avoided STS. CBN is a global ministry committed to preparing the nations of the world for the coming of Jesus Christ through mass media.Using television and the Internet, CBN is proclaiming the Good News in 149 countries and territories, with programs and content in 67 languages.If you have an immediate prayer need, please call our 24-hour prayer line at 800-945-5640.
Publishers want to keep successful authors in the successful author category.A great way to avoid overestimating your audience is to check the sales history for other books that are similar to your content.For instance, you could look at various bestseller lists, talk to local bookstore managers, or track the Amazon rankings over time of comparable books at The actual audience is usually smaller than most authors think.Above all, if you’ve written a book that isn’t selling well, don’t blame the public. But, if it appeals to only 1,000 people, then your sales will struggle.Agents and publishers use market size as a primary filter to decide which book projects they accept.
Here is an article that came out in June – that should be of interest to those who work with Emerging Adults.