Hello Hatters After spending quite some time ghostwriting, I've decided to do the "obvious" thing as publish my own work - will be entering Kindle. Now I know it's primarily a numbers game - but at the same time, I understand that spinning PLR content doesn't work. So my question is this. What part of the process would you outsource/automate? For instance, I watched a seminar where someone said they actually write their own (non fiction) books - about 30-45 pages (I think around 35,000 words?) over the course of 2-3 days. At that rate they can turn out about 2 books a week. What do you think of this? Or do you feel it's worth it to get someone to ghostwrite for you some of your material? Lastly, I would EXPECT to acquire outside "SEO/Promotion". However, I understand that Amazon actually does alot of promotion on their own, and of course that comes with having a large core lot of traffic. Perhaps I can save the money I spend here to work on ghostwriters - or if not - other expenses that come with Kindle publishing. So I guess the question is: To Outsource or not to outsource? Anyone write "everything" on their own?