4 sales through expanded distribution (book stores), via my CreateSpace account.
According to this data, bookstores have sold:
2 Copies of How to Write Aphorisms,
1 Copy of Nathan Coppedge's Perpetual Motion Machine Designs & Theory, and
1 Copy of 1-Page-Classics.
Overall, including online sales and e-books, the following books are the most popular:
1. The Dimensional Philosopher's Toolkit (22 copies sold)
2. Nathan Coppedge's Perpetual Motion Machine Designs & Theory (20 copies sold).
3. How to Write Aphorisms (9 copies sold)
Even if these sales look disappointing, I'm doing at least 550% better than last year, so that's a good sign. At this rate, it might count as a career in four years ($87,500 / yr. at that point), assuming a 5X exponential curve.
However, for now, it's only about $140 / year reliably, thanks to my excellent publisher it's not even less.
You have to take into account that I've published 32 books, most of them this year, so:
A. There's a big popularity cushion, assuming people don't think I'm just braining myself.
B. I'm at the very minimum of potential exposure right now.
So, I don't want to call the four years to that much money conservative, but it does seem achievable in ideal conditions, by my estimates.
Meanwhile I may have proven over-unity! But that's another issue. 'Another issue' seems so cruel this way!
For those looking for my
Amazon Profile, it can be found there. My e-books are now listed as $0 - $2.99 instead of the previous $4.99 ridiculousness. I have also updated several of my books (actually many of them) with new content.