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Read "Dust (Wool Trilogy 3)" by Hugh Howey available from Rakuten Kobo. Sign up today and get $5 off your first download. The much-anticipated final. WOOL introduced the silo and its sppn.info told the story of their making. DUST will chronicle their sppn.infoe to the underground. The bestselling Wool trilogy now available in one download. Includes Wool, Shift and Dust. The Wool Trilogy. Wool; Shift; Dust · Wool. by Hugh Howey. ebook.
HH: I think this is the biggest misconception of my publishing history. I have always published print editions alongside my ebook editions. For the first two years of my career, print vastly outsold the ebook. I am a book lover and a longtime bookseller, and because of these biases, I concentrated on print and ignored ebooks.
Sure, I uploaded them, but I spent far more time stuffing books into envelopes and mailing them to readers, doing signings around town, and going to craft shows and sitting at tables with stacks of books.
But all along, I have done print editions and cherished unboxing them for the first time. Of course, none of my books have ever looked as spectacular as what Random House cooked up in the UK.
Jason Smith, the cover artist, knocked this trilogy out of the park. I still get a bit weepy. And similarly, are there any benefits of self-publishing that you wish you could transfer to the traditional process? There are always things you learn from working with others. My publicist Natalie Higgins stressed the importance of hitting every bookshop I could to sign store stock and she taught me to walk at Olympic speeds to get twice as much done in a day.
I have learned a lot about how blockbusters are marketed and managed. I have learned what goes into setting up media contacts, watched a revolutionary set of proof copies go out, and drooled over the cover art and the book trailer.
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The things I wish publishers could steal from self-publishing is the access to real-time data, the monthly payments and royalty reports, the low ebook prices or bundling ebooks with hardbacks , and for contracts to look more like a partnership than an acquisition.
Of course, I have a lot of this with Random House in the UK, because of the nature of foreign publishing deals. I view my editor there as my true editor when it comes to the traditional business. CRH: We writers love hearing about the processes of scribes who have already achieved our dream of producing a universally praised bestselling book, because we live in the hope that some little detail — a favourite pen, a specific daily word count, a certain brand of computer — will open a jar of pixie dust and make it happen for us too.
Please tell us a little bit about your writing habits. Bearing in mind that, come on: we need all the help we can get!
HH: If there is any secret I can hand out that might bestow success on others, I will do so in a heartbeat! Things that have helped me: A light laptop with a great keyboard. I went with a Macbook Air, but there are other options. You should have your writing tool handy at all times. Work whenever and wherever you can.
I write in cabs, on planes, while my wife drives, whenever I can. Cut out time-wasting habits. Stop procrastinating. Make your story a little better today.
This is a mantra for me. Make writing a habit. Sit and stare at it and think about it. Put the reader first in all things.
Treat them with respect and serve their needs. Even if you only have one reader, value and cherish them. And all others who come your way. The best thing for your book is for someone else to sell lots of books. Wool by Hugh Howey. Thousands of them have lived underground.
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