Creating Single-Author Box Sets: Part Two

By Marcy Kennedy (@MarcyKennedy)

Janice Hardy's Fiction University

I’m a fan of box sets because they’re an easy, affordable way to get additional products out into the marketplace. And from the perspective of a reader, if I think there’s a good chance that I’ll like the series, I always prefer to buy the box set as opposed to having to buy the books individually.

Last time in my regular guest post slot at Fiction University, I talked about these and other benefits of putting together a box set. This time I’m digging down into what we need to think about on a practical level once we’ve decided that a box set is a good idea.

I hope that you’ll join me for “Creating Single-Author Box Sets: Part Two.”

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