In the world of self-publishing there are two disparate arguments. One side tells you that the successful self[publishers are few and far between and most self-pubbed books will sell less than a hundred copies. Others claim it’s the best path for authors, giving us total control over our product and keeping the bulk of the profits. One of the biggest problems is there hasn’t been any real data on book sales to substantiate either claim.
Author Earnings may be changing that. Hugh Howey’s report changes that.