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In November 2012, it was the fourth year that I made my jump into self-publishing. I didn't know what a Kindle was when I released my first book in 2008, nobody was reading electronic literature and self-publishing was as cold as a cancer. All I had to show for that was a computer full of history and a folder full of refusals.
The letter didn't pay the bill, and I had to take care of two little kids. I' ve been reading a few Jim Cramer option dealing booklets and I've seen for myself that I could find out. I' d made it to Marvel Studios to make a little money when it said it was going to make an Iron Man film.
My missus once saw an essay in a newspaper about a author who had himself written a book with a printed on demand magazine. It persuaded me that it was right to stop reinvesting in share warrants built on cartoon characters and invest in my work. So I took my Iron Man cash and put it into self-publishing.
In November 2008, when my book Sweet Farts (not judging, children like it) was published, my family and I kept our hopes pinned and we were hoping that one of these days we would have the good fortune to earn our way back. I couldn't have thought then that in just four years I would have eight US publications, half a half a million overseas businesses and movie offerings for my work.
I started my new School Is A Nightmare show last year. It was my intention to create a funny children's show and put it on the street quickly. A partnership with Createspace for the bookmaking service and KDP to get in touch with my digital readership was the ideal combo. I used free promotional activities, took part in the loan collection and published an bus editions named Quadzilla to broaden the readership basis for the show.
I' m going to publish some more songs in the show this autumn. I have noticed that more and more children are accessing Kindle and Kindle digital applications. The self-publication of the show allows me to make contents available to the reader at any time and without delay. In the future I see myself as a self-publisher of some of my publications and as a tradition.
I have just finished the next episode of my School Is A Nightmare show on Createspace, I just autographed a funny new episode with a classic publishers, and I have several tracks finished and I' m all set to go. What's most exhilarating about it is that when I write a book, I know it's going to be published.
I have also given up dealing in equity warrants. Self-editing has proven to be a better high-return return and very low risky investments. I' m guessing those Jim Cramer novels are paying off.