10 Ways to Move from So-So Author to Sought Out Author!
What are your author and publishing expectations for this year? Have you thought about them? Have you written them down?
It’s a New Year … and it’s a month that resolutions are created, chewed on, and usually spit out. Either they don’t work. They are rejected. Or it’s easier to do the same thing you’ve always been doing.
How about something different? Such as:
Launching a series and …
Note: If you have a copy of my book, How to Create a $1,000,000 Speech, Chapter 8 that starts on page 81 of it details how to create the Author One-Sheet.
What About One of Those Sell Sheets, Anyway?
Excerpted and abbreviated from a chapter on preparing review copies in How to Get Great Book Reviews Frugally and Ethically, third in the multi award-winning HowToDoItFrugally Series for writers.
Most authors doing their own publicity forget or don’t know about …
For me, I’m happy to see January and 2019 arrive. So many new changes within AuthorYOU; many books to work on with authors; the annual Publishing at Sea cruise is one week away and I go on a writing retreat in two weeks.
For you, if you are in Colorado TODAY, here’s a live event for you to attend and learn from:
The awesome kick off the new year on January 5th—it’s all about celebrations and author …
No author plans to fail; what he or she does is fail to plan. –Snappy Sassy Salty by Judith Briles
Goals-identify them … a good thing to do for any author who wants to be seriously successfu!
A few “authoring and publishing” years ago, I completed Snappy Sassy Salty: Wise Words for Authors and Writers. Today, January 1, 2019, it still stands as one of my favorites. Why? Because it is woven with quotations to kick-start and propel authors and …