Month 10- December 2011: $35.90

So this month I launched my eBook, so that I could have one more passive income stream that will keep bringing me profit for the rest of my life, provided I can advertise it to a decent level first. That’s the nature of a passive income- put in a lot of work once, and reap the benefits indefinitely. Well, book sales aren’t exactly booming, but I’ve sold more than zero so I am happy.

I am also starting another niche blog, this one with more earning potential than Escape Normal, because it covers a topic that is growing in popularity but that there isn’t much information on. There isn’t much on it yet, but as it is about a topic that I’m passionate about, Ill be putting a ton of work into it over the next few months, and then Ill be reporting to you my income from that blog as well.’

I’m also working on a project with a friend I made in Hawaii- together we are going to publish a deck of tarot cards and a book to go along with them. My friend is doing the writing and I’m taking care of illustrating the 78 cards. It is going to be an awesome final package!

And finally, I am going to be experimenting in selling digital products on Etsy, where I have previously sold hand-dyed feather hair extensions. I like this idea because I can create a digital piece of art once, then sell it as many times as there are people who want to buy it. Ill let you know how that fares.


Google AdSense Earnings:

Total: $7.46

Number of Clicks: 7

Average Cost per Click: $1.07


Amazon Affiliate Earnings:

Total: $6.47

Items Ordered: 6

Clicks: 89

Conversion: 6%


eBook Earnings:

Total Profit: $21.97

(I use E-Junkie to sell my book, which charges $5 per month for the service, but I keep all of the profits. Amazon Kindle is free for sellers but keeps a huge portion of my sales.)


Total Earnings: $35.90


Twitter Followers: 111

Feedburner Subscribers: 58

Average Reach: 0


And now I am off to Alabama for a few months to play on some flight simulators and moon-walk simulators and other awesome things as a camp counselor (paid. no more volunteering for a while.) and an RA (free food and housing) at Space Camp. Whats that? My life is awesome, you say? YEAH IT IS!