Aside from the authors who publish one book and, when they do not see any grand success from it and quit, authors can be (somewhat) divided into two camps:
1) publish one book and promote the hell out of it
2) publish one book, then another, then another, then another . . . leaving the marketing promotion machine to simply function as a funnel from one story to the next
It irrirates me when I see authors go gangbusters on a first novel, ranking in the top ten in several categories, only to have nothing else to follow it up with.
I am in the second camp. I call it the silent approach. I don't suggest publishing the way I have been, stories in several genres with no clear funnel from one to the next. But I am changing it, and am in the process of creating several products to do just that: to lead readers from one to the next.
Also, I have a surprise for you. I am adding something to Beholder's Eye. I'll share what that is shortly.
I am around the 15,000 word count in the sequel to Beholder's Eye. It's coming along great.
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