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Could The Rebellion Against Traditional Publishing Actually Work?

What's the most money you'd pay to write a letter?

A dollar or two?

Ten bucks, if it was an important letter?

Maybe $1,000 to write a final letter to someone you really loved?

Last month, I wrote the most expensive letter of my life.

I Wrote a New RV Book! My Old Books are on Sale!

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I had a discussion about book pricing recently with one of my favorite bloggers, Sebastian Marshall. His new book, Ikigai, is being sold for $7.77. He doesn't really care how much money he makes off it (his portion goes to charity, anyway), but he didn't want to lower the price because he thinks that it would signal that the book isn't high quality. I said that I'd accept that possibility for a chance of reaching a larger audience.

And due to lowering the price of Life Nomadic to 2.99, I've been able to reach an incredibly wide audience. In the past month I've sold far more copies of Life Nomadic than all other months combined. Reviews have been coming in, and lives have been changed. Despite much thinner margins, I'm even making more money from it.  I couldn't be more happy about all this.

Make Her Chase You and Life Nomadic

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