I’d love your opinion

There have been a few posts lately on social media about what is necessary and what isn’t. This publishing game is hard and it changes fast. Every author I’ve come in contact with has the same question: What is the most beneficial marketing to pursue and what is just a waste of time? Most recently this has been asked a bit louder as a fabulous author, who was young, passed away from a heart attack and others are finding themselves extremely ill and struggling to regain their health. The general feeling is that as the indie world has exploded, we find ourselves having to work harder and harder to be found, have our voices heard and find readers.

So, if you would please take a moment and answer the 10 questions below to help me gain some perspective on how to approach 2017, I’d be so grateful.

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