How many, how often?

Valerie Douglas

Valerie Douglas is a prolific writer and genre-crosser, much to the delight of her fans. She reads and writes classic fantasy, romance, suspense, and as V.J. Devereaux, erotic romance. Who knows what will pop up down the road!Happily married, she’s companion to two dogs, three cats and an African clawed frog named Hopper who delights in tormenting the cats from his tank.Valerie Douglas is the co-founder and one of the administrators of the 12,000+ member Indie Author Group – supporting writers around the world. Visit her blog at Valerie Douglas, Author at Large

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  1. RJ Crayton says:

    Interesting post. I agree with you about putting out books. I think that’s one of the best things a writer can do. I think part of the issue people have with that nowadays is time management. When you’re expected to be on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, etc and write, people start to feel overwhelmed.

    However, getting that second or third or fourth book out there will prove helpful in the long run.

    Again, great post.

  2. LKWatts says:

    Well said Valerie. As a writer your preliminary focus is to write. Way too many authors spend more time on social media sites than actually producing books.

  3. Rainy Kaye says:

    This post is great timing for me, personally. It’s a great question and one not easily answered. I think it’s important to note that if an author plans to release a book every month or so, they should plan ahead instead of skimping on important aspects, like editing.