15 percent of your success comes from your technical skill. The other 85% comes from how well you deal with people.
One famous writer, whose name I no longer remember, once asked to have written on his tombstone, the simple legend, “He wrote only to be read.”
Some gauge their day based on a word count. Others outline their story, chapter by chapter before they begin the process of writing.
Ultimately, you are the best person to get out and market your book. And who could be better to promote a book than the author?
It won’t be a winner unless you make it so. You must throw yourself wholeheartedly into that side of the business called publicity without taking a rest to smell the daisies.
It is not enough to have the desire to be a successful writer. There are steps you must follow before you can become one.