I'm new to hub pages and would like some advice. I'm writing a story that is about 5 - 10,000 words
Please would you be kind enough to explain to me as to what would be the most financial viable option to pursue. I have seen some Hubs in Parts or should this wriiten as an e-book.?
Help would be much appreciated.
Rabbit2020 aka James
Thanks for the reply.................well, to give you an idea its called............................
Grey Lady Down The Art of Seduction by Lucy Pendleton
You might have 50 Shades of Grey, well, that is a bit amateurish in comparison.
The book contains ''No Swearing, foul language, or inuendo, but using classical literary prose and, like Coca Cola is The Real Thing
What are your thoughts?
The most financially-viable option is whatever works best for your material. Which none of us has the faintest idea what it is.
At 10,000 words you're probably better off writing an e-book. They can be quite successful. But again, as relache says, we can't make that decision for you/
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