Smorgasbord Posts from Your Archives – At which point do you consider yourself to be successful? by Susan M. Toy

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Delighted to share a post from the archives of Susan M. Toy that will be of interest to all of us who write books.

At which point do you consider yourself to be successful? by Susan M. Toy

(This is primarily meant for authors, but could possibly work for any creatives.)

At what time during the life of your book will you declare yourself to have been successful? Not successful according to others, but according to you – yourself. When will that moment come that you declare yourself to be a success as a writer?

– When your book has sold thousands of copies and is listed everywhere as a big bestseller?

– When you’ve made enough money on sales to have covered any out-of-pocket expenses for publication and compensate for the inordinate time you spent writing the book?

– When your book receives the 50 reviews or 100 reviews…

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