Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Slow growth

With traditionally published books, the book typically sells well its first month or two, then slows down. Indie books tend to be different-- they often don't do too well at first, then gain momentum. Victorine Lieske's Not What She Seems is a good example of this. It's been out there for months, slowly gathering steam, and as of this week it's broken into the top 100 in the Kindle store, which is quite an achievement.

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