Having maxed out writing skill, I can easily crank out two or more books per day. With maxed skill, I can determine the quality of book before I publish: poor, normal or a Best Seller.
Is there an optimum/proven process for selling books based upon their quality?
If I can only sell only one book per week to the Literary Digest... Should I prioritize my Best Sellers to be published by the Literary Digest?
If I write another Best Seller before the week re-sets, should I save that Best Seller for the next week or should I opt to sell it immediately to a Publisher or Self-publish?
Likewise, should I prioritize the normal quality to a publishing house or self-publish? And what should I do with the poor-quality manuscripts?
Do successful writers / authors maintain separate bookcases to store unpublished books apart from copies of published books?
As time passes, the published books "fall off the shelf" and don't produce royalties. Do any of the old titles ever make a come-back, like a cult classic?
Just asking stupid questions.