Remember all of those rejection letters from print publishers to which you sent manuscripts? Many unpublished writers can now thumb their noses at the big NYC publishers and do it themselves through digital self-publishing. In fact, many are making on average $10,000 a year and then there are some raking in only $500. But the world of digital self-publishing has many new superstars in its ranks--namely Hugh Howey, 37-year-old author of a popular dystopian series "Wool." A recent article on CNN's website reported that Howey earns on average $150,000 per month. October 2012 he sold 20,000 copies of "Wool" in one day! Guess what he used to get his digital publishing career started? That's right the Kindle Select program. I'll post more details about the Kindle Select program and how it works.