How people wrote books before computers. I can't even imagine.

How people wrote books before computers. I can’t even imagine.

Today I’d like to introduce you to Beverly Kendall, an author with a mission to understand the truth of what’s selling and what’s not for self-published authors. You hear about the BIG stories of those who sell millions, but what about the rest of us? I wrote recently about how we were able to quit our jobs and write full time last year, and how we made a very nice 6 figure income on royalties alone even though we aren’t necessarily household names (yet.) We’re not alone in this, but we need more feedback. If you’re an indie author, please take a moment to fill out this survey and help us shed light on the truth of the indie movement for authors!

[box style=”quote”]Self-Published Authors, I would greatly appreciate your input on this survey, which I’m using to put together a post (article) on how self-published authors are faring in this new world of publishing. Please share with as many self-published authors as you can. Thx



We want to know your habits as well, so as indie authors we can give you what you want. Please take a moment to fill out this anonymous reader survey! Thank you. 

[box style=”quote”]Hi everyone,Below is a simple, quick and painless, completely anonymous survey about your reading habits. I would really appreciate your input. Thank you in advance for taking the time to do it.


Beverley Kendall


Beverley discovered her love of books while growing up in, the then, small city of Barrie, Ontario Canada. With her love of books and romance, she always wished that everyone would find their happily ever after. She’s a single mother with a young son and writes sexy historical, new adult and contemporary romances.

Beverley has lived on two continents, in three countries, two provinces, and four states. She stopped her nomadic existence and settled in the southeast. All things artistic feed her creative passion, but none more than writing. Readers can visit her at: