If I didn't write
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It's hard to imagine an award-winning e-book not selling, but such was the fate of The Chronicles of Mark Johnson www.draft2digital.com/book/32117. Three years from the award it won in October 2012, and it still hadn't sold a copy.
The other major victim is The Dockland Murders www.draft2digital.com/book/32325. Four years after the story got praised for its authentic feel by a police officer in Queensland and it hadn't sold a copy.
Back to the question - what would I do if I stopped writing?
I would read a lot more, but that means I would respect a writer's work enough to read what they wrote - something that never happened to me.
I'd watch my DVD selection - again, I would show the writer the respect of watching actors perform his work alsdomain.weebly.com/whats-happening/borgen.
The closest I got was on the "short list" (over 300 stories) for BBC Radio 4 with my story of a lifeboat rescue which is part of my family history alsdomain.weebly.com/whats-happening/no-luck-at-warhammer.
A final note - even though I tried and failed twice to write for www.blacklibrary.com/, they are still the site I get most of my books from, the latest being www.blacklibrary.com/aos/whaos-feat/mortarch-of-the-night-le.html.
In short, I may have given up writing but I have lots of reading and watching to catch up on.