My first booklet Past Times: Ancient Board Games went live on Amazon.com today. The ebook came out yesterday. Self published, but still feel it's an accomplishment. It is about historical board games, something a number of my hubs have been about... it was fun to write, the second one is in editing phase and will hopefully be out in the spring.
Congrats. A good example of how our hubs can eventually be put together in a book.
Congratulations! Hope you will sell lots on Amazon or Ebay.
Thanks all..... sold a couple of copies so far to friends, hopefully I sell some more, and hopefully I can keep writing more.... I don't expect to quit my job and write full time, but it would be nice to make a few bucks
It is an accomplishment. And good for you selling to your friends. I'm about to self-publish my third book and my mantra is: Everybody has to buy this one. No more give-aways to friends and family. If they won't fork over the $ to support you, who will? All the best!
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