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How Much Do Fantasy Authors Earn? GalleyCat

A very small number receive support from the Department of the Arts. The statistics change from year to year because grants from the Dept of the Arts, and income from book sales, are very volatile and changeable things - they are never the same two years running. Give another three months and you have a polished draft. Again-don't generalize based on your personal experience-there is a reason why some teachers remain teachers and others become principals or members of the board. A lot of good writers never get big success and some who aren't that brilliant make millions. My 14 year old daughter can pull apart the writing of Jean Ure or Stephanie Meyer but I don't think they would care with their bank balances! "I would say the results of this survey cloud how nearly impossible it is to make a single cent through traditional publishing (because only the top 1 who 'make it' are tallied).

The simple fact is this: getting paid for your writing is not easy. But self-publishing is making it easier. How much easier? We don't have sufficient data to know. But a conservative estimate would be that five to 10 times as many people are paying bills with their craft today as there was just a few years ago. (source: PLR) Permalink, report abuse 13 of 15 people think this post adds to the discussion. Do you? Yes, no, in reply to an earlier post on GMT, post Mortem Books says: Put it bluntly, 95 of writers earn less than ё5000 per annum.

"Publishing a book for sale is a matter of both art and commerce. I would argue that for most writers publishing is not only about money; it's about a lot of other things including touching readers and sharing stories, but the money is important in a lot of ways.".

While writers aren't motivated purely by money, the money does matter on many levels. The high royalty rates in self-publishing also give writers higher expectations about their potential income.". So too, do success stories like that of Day, who originally self-published her erotic novel Bared to You, or the author Hugh Howey, who sold hundreds of thousands of copies of.