As an Author I have seen fiction books as well as Non Fiction books take off like wild fire in popularity and sales. I have also seen some books that are a collection of short stories take off as a successful book.
In your writing and reading career out of the three selections listed above which one do you think is the most successful in sales and popularity to the buyer
Isn't that very tough to determine? I mean there are so many people who love fiction as well as non fiction and short stories as well. To say which of these books is liked more is next to impossible. Its like asking a child that do you like christmas more or santa claus.
Also if the goal is to make the most money, non-fiction generally pay more to the author per sale... while fiction writers might be paid a great advance even if sales tank.
The issue isn't as cut and dried as the title of this thread implies. Look up some past and present best-sellers lists, and this will be demonstrated.
by Angela Michelle Schultz 5 years ago
I feel concerned that the reason google may prefer ehow as opposed to hubpages, is because there is an abundance of poetry and short stories. I am not by any means saying that those who publish the short stories and poetry are not good, but they are not usually searchable or high market. I...
by Little wonders 6 years ago
Hi, I was just wondering if hubpages is a good place to publish short stories? If so, what kind? Would there be an interest in Christian short stories?
by Simone Haruko Smith 7 years ago
If you got this week's newsletter, you'll see I mentioned three new podcasts we'e doing. One, which has yet to make its debut, is called the Fascinating Fiction podcast, and will consist of readings of short fiction stories on HubPages (both by Hubbers who are willing to record mp3s and...
by Joseph Franklin Dunkin Jr 5 years ago
Let's support our own efforts by reading each other's short stories, then leaving a comment at the bottom of the hub (pro or con). I have three stories posted at jfrankdunkin.hubpages.com. They are, "The Baroness of Haut De Cagnes", "Recess, the Podium Light", and...
by bulletproofchris 7 years ago
I truly love the short story, and often wonder why there aren't more authors in the genre. Is it a lack of interest by the readers, or the writers, or both? Am I wrong, and why? Any thoughts on this subject would be greatly appreciated.
by LiamAnderson 8 years ago
I know someone who wants to write short stories, how can s/he publish these on hub pages?
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