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Steve owns just one website, which is StevePavlina.com. Other websites you may find, including those that have his name in their URLs, aren't from him, and he has no involvement with them.
Steve has only written one book. It's called Personal Development for Smart People, and it's published by Hay House in hardcover, softcover, and ebook forms. This book is also being sold by other publishers in a variety of languages since Hay House is in charge of licensing translations for the book worldwide.
Any other books you may find under Steve's name on Amazon.com or from other booksellers aren't from him. In most cases Steve doesn't know who wrote or published those books. Most of those books are collections of different subsets of Steve's articles, which you can always read on StevePavlina.com for free.
Steve receives royalties from Hay House for his own book, but he doesn't receive any payment for other books people have published under his name.
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