Joanna Penn, New York Times & USA Today Bestselling Author of Fiction and Non-Fiction
"Nick's system helped me more than triple my email list. We hit the top of the charts in several popular genres on the first book in a series with no buzz. I rarely endorse anyone, ever, for much of anything. Consider this an endorsement. That should speak volumes."
Russell Blake, New York Times & USA Today Bestselling Action & Adventure Author
"There are only a few writers I count on to boost my "self-publishing IQ"--Dave Gaughran, Kristine Kathryn Rusch, Joe Konrath. I just added Nick Stephenson's name to that list. Using crystal-clear directions and real-world case studies, Nick shows how any writer can increase their sales dramatically with dirt-cheap (often free) techniques."
Matthew Iden, Author of The Marty Singer Mysteries
"I found this book easy to follow, with a conversational flow to it - which I find WONDERFUL in a "how to", and most importantly, what Nick suggests is completely ethical and above board."
Christina Paul, Author of The Bradford Series of Historical Romances
"Nick Stephenson knows: Writers are a reluctant bunch when it comes to marketing. The "It's-done-like that" examples in his book changed my life; the write-publish-and-sell nirvana that had eluded me."
Inge H. Borg, Author of The Legends of the Winged Scarab Series
"Nick goes beyond the obvious, providing advice and recommendations that you won't find in most other books on the subject. I've put some of the information into action and have already seen improvements."
Dean F. Wilson, author of the Children of Telm Epic Fantasy Series
"This book is not to be missed. Skip the hype by the so-called gurus who make their living by selling you over-priced "systems" on how to make money; and instead take your advice from a real author who has cracked the Kindle code on how to sell books."
Carolyn Warren, Author of Mortgage Rip-offs and Money Savers
"I've already implemented many of the tactics, and am looking forward to watching them work. I've been lax about getting a website together, but after reading the chapter on mailing lists, I'll be setting up a website this week. This book is great for those of us who knew what we should be doing, but didn't know exactly how to get it done."
Alexes Razevich, Author of Shadowline Drift
"The self-publishing route can be rewarding but fraught with dilemmas. Implementing only one of the author's suggestions increased my sales immediately, and I can't wait to try the rest."
Hope Denney, author of Surrender at Orchard Rest