any idea where to post your novel to get some coin?

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  1. lostross

    lostross Member

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    Hello, can you please tell me any website that will appreciate your fiction/draft?

    thank you verry much
    beside wattpad though
     
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    IndusEla Well-Known Member

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    Whichever website it is, you can set up ko-fi as well as Patreon pages and provide links for your readers to support you. If they like your work, they'll definitely be up for it. Or, you can offer advanced chapters early in exchange for some money.
     
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    WhiteMoonlight Well-Known Member

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    ao3 for sure (although it would be better if u make a name for yourself with fanfic first)
     
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    Scribble Hub and Royal Road are the 2 sites I go to when I want to read originals. Then if you want to make some money off of it you can give a link to your Kofi or Patreon for your readers to support you.
     
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    For greater audience, but more complex process, self-publish on Kindle. Even if you make your book available for free on Kindle Unlimited, you still get commission $2.99 per book.

    Taking into account other suggestions above, maybe release it on Scribble Hub/Wattpad first, open paypal donation/ko-fi/patreon and when you have audience and enough money hire an editor (from sites like Odesk or freelancer) then publish on Kindle?
     
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    Thank you so much for all the reply, it really helps me a lot
     
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