What are your views? Becoming a best-selling author, is it a product of luck or personal effort?
Evidently you're seeing if cheating works for you? I have a good mind to message all of the website authors you've ripped off and let them decide whether to take legal action against you.
Or, you could take down all the work you stole and put under your own name?
I think it is a combination of talent, luck, timing and personal effort.
Luck has Nothing to do with it.
As UW states: Talent, Timing and Personal Effort. Along with Knowledge, Material, Excellent Publishing and Marketing.
How much did Luck have to do with your Hubber Score?
by AuthorsBook 8 years ago
Does learning how from publishing industry insiders at FREE webinars have any appeal??? If so, I'll cough up the talent, time, and money to make it happen! Need feedback.
by beebeebook 8 years ago
What does it take to be a best selling author?
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