Last week someone asked me how much money I will earn on my book. I estimate earning about two or three dollars on each book, which isn’t a lot of money. If I sell a million copies, that would be a ton of money, but I don’t anticipate that happening. I have been keeping track of the time I spend working on the book, including writing, marketing and publishing and it will be interesting to tally it all up one day. I never thought that writing a book would make me a boatload of money, but dividing net profit by the number of hours worked promises to be enlightening.
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