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  1. I agree, you have to expand your outlets if you’re going to succeed as an indie. I worked with publishers writing small, local histories and I swear I make more in one month with my indie fiction than I made in one year with some of my books. And I ain’t making that much yet.
    I use Smashwords to distribute to Kobo, Sony, Apple, and put my free book on B&N, but I distribute directly to B&N, Amazon, OmniLIt and Google Play. I never used the Amazon Select program because I honestly do better with other outlets. Anything that holds me back, has got to be a bad idea.
    Like you, I’m taking baby steps, but I’m stepping nearly every day in the right direction because I’m indie and I hold the compass.

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