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Writing a book is one of the most exhaustive yet gratifying things that any author with an imaginative mind can do. Writing is exhaustive and therapeutic as it leaves an author empty from processing, organizing and penning thoughts from the craniumMoreWriting a book is one of the most exhaustive yet gratifying things that any author with an imaginative mind can do. Writing is exhaustive and therapeutic as it leaves an author empty from processing, organizing and penning thoughts from the cranium ink to paper. An author’s heart and mind is poured on a masterpiece, spending countless hours editing, rewording each sentence in order to pen a masterpiece for a reader. When the treatise is complete, an author quickly publishes his/her work on Amazon ready for the flurry of readers to buy and review the work. Publishing work offers an author a great sense of relief that the weight has been lifted off the shoulder. Whilst most authors will agree the hardest part of writing a book is authorship, conventional wisdom precedes this. Burning the mind night oil in order to write is just but the necessary toil for many authors, thoughts have to be expressed clearly and toiling is the tool of this trade. When all is said and done and the work is complete, the mundane work of marketing a book starts in order to make an ebook successful. With the current nature of ebook industry publishing, certain variables have to be considered to make an ebook a success or achieve a sales target.Authors have a God complex when it comes to their work while in other areas they may be exemplary in marketing other works. Authors fail massively when it comes to marketing their work. An author’s opinion is subjective and they cannot take themselves away from their work, any advice pertaining to how a book should be marketed will fall to deaf ears. An author knows what is best for the book that he/she has written. It is important for all authors to know that there are some other factors besides marketing that come into play when dictating the success of any ebook. These are salient reasons and knowledge that is essential for any author who is reflective about the innings and the psychology of how things work. This will offer the author insights on the cause and effects of a reader and it will be important for any author penning any creative work to consider factoring the concepts discussed in this treatise. For any book to be successful enough to achieve desired sales targets, other elements that are not of sales and marketing nature in the workings of eBooks should be looked into. This will be of immense help to authors that have published their work but have not seen any success or those that intend to write a book in the near future. Reading this volume will not only help you write for your audience better but also increase your book sales. As a result, in writing this book, I have removed all elements of geocentricism that authors are prominent for. If there is any tinge of flair on my part, I surely did not overtly intend for it, it is an author’s God complex. For those writers who want their books not to fail, you may want to read the content of this book.Authors need to apply a Celerie test before writing so that a book can resonate with the audience. Why an author writes, what should an author write and how an author should write should be reflected in a book in no uncertain terms. I write to provide water to women and children in Africa who walk many miles to fetch water at the risk of being mauled by lions, hyenas and harassed by baboons. As such, all proceeds received from this book will go towards sinking a borehole in the village of Seme. You can directly contribute to this cause by purchasing this book.