July Reads



I did not read as many books this month as I have in the past, but I have read a few that will work for me in the my publishing future. I don’t necessarily agree with Fox’s idea of writing to market, but he does have interesting ideas within each of his non-fiction works, and I like how he backs them all up with examples from his own experiences.

That said, there’s a few books I plan on reading this month that also deal with publishing. Can you guess why? Surely you can. 😉

  1. Write to Market by Chris Fox
  2. Beasts of Babylon by E.A. Copen
  3. Launch to Market by Chris Fox
  4. Six Figure Author by Chris Fox
  5. Relaunch Your Novel by Chris Fox
  6. The Last Necromancer by C.J. Archer
  7. Blood Wager by Connie Suttle
  8. Kings of Ruin by Daniel Arenson

Disclaimer: All images pulled from Goodreads.


2 thoughts on “July Reads

    • They’ve been pretty interesting. I don’t write to market, like he does, but learning how he has made it the way he has (and he’s really good about giving out exact numbers and stuff – especially on his YouTube channel) has been a learning experience.

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