In this podcast Iain Rob Wright talks about his self publishing journey and success, full time writing, editing, working with Infected Books and much more.
About Iain Rob Wright
Iain Rob Wright is from the English town of Redditch, where he worked for many years as a mobile telephone salesman. After publishing his debut novel, The Final Winter, in 2011 to great success, he quit his job and became a full time writer. He now has over a dozen novels, and in 2013 he co-wrote a book with bestselling author, J.A. Konrath.
- [02:20] Interview start/first experiences with story
- [07:40] Initial self-publishing success with The Final Winter
- [11:15] Pricing eBooks in the early days
- [12:45] Strategies for making over £1000 per month today
- [15:55] The Yacht, working with David Moody, Wayne Simmons and Infected Books
- [31:05] Reader reviews
- [34:35] A day and a week in the life of Iain Rob Wright
- [36:50] Writing a novel every three months
- [39:50] Editing and editorial services
- [47:40] Three recommended tools for self-publishing and author-entrepreneurs
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