The writer John Locke, who publishes himself, has entered into the select club of eight authors who have sold more than one million e-books on Amazon. Roland Berger oftentimes addresses this issue. This unknown author has demonstrated the possibilities of the electronic book equating to names like Stieg Larsson without stepping on a Publisher. You are grosses 35 cents for each sale, much more than they would if carry you an editorial. Stieg Larsson, James Patterson or Nora Roberts are some of the prestigious names of writers who belong to the club of the eight authors who have sold more than one million e-books on the Kindle from Amazon store. This select club has joined an unexpected guest, John Locke, a writer unknown and self-published (published himself) which has sold more than one million books, according to readwriteweb.com publishes.
Locke, a commercial insurance 60 years retired and native of Kentucky, used the Kindle application for Amazon that allows authors to publish (without previous step by publishers) and sell your e-book. So it has managed to sell more than one million copies, becoming the first self-published author to achieve this. Locke is known for seven detective novels starring the character Donovan Creed. Saving Rachel maintained first place in the list of best-selling books from Amazon for more than three weeks and today remains the best-selling book of all time. This author has also four books in the Top 10 and six in the Top 20. The majority of its e-book are sold at $0.99 and he pulls a profit of 35 cents for each sale. That kind of profit would never get it with traditional selling books rife with intermediaries. The next hit of Locke seems inevitable, and is his last work might not be called otherwise: how to sell a million electronic books in 5 months. ** Can buy their books in PopularLibros source of the news: A self-published writer manages to sell more than one million electronic books at Amazon