I write a lot of fiction and am having trouble getting views. I do write a few true stories but my heart is in writing fiction. I have recently wrote a continuous series titled, Out of the Dust. I have written eight parts to the story and I have a few followers, but how can I go about getting more people to view my fiction work?
Have you thought about publishing your work as an ebook on Amazon KDP? No guarantee of success Larry, but you may find your fiction finds a greater audience. You can still continue to publish any other articles here.
What if you wrote a few articles on how to write fiction? It may generate interest in your fiction articles. "How to" articles apparently do well.
That is a great idea, Bede. I have a couple of ideas that may fit very well into that concept.
Larry, here’s another possibility along the same lines: “how to write fiction” videos. Perhaps it may seem too daunting, but I assure you it’s not. I’ve created a few simple videos with links to my articles. There aren’t a ton of views, in fact, very few. Nonetheless, there’s no harm in trying. Your day will come if you keep at it.
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