Note to my publishing friends: Instead of what I had scheduled for my blog today, I reached out to the members of my Friday coaching group last Friday to share their thoughts during the “shelter in place” time that many of you are experiencing. Connie Munde, author of What Love Would Say, shares her thoughts today. Wise words to chew on and practice.
What Would Love Say If It Was Asked Its Opinion?
As the author of …
Since last year, I, along with others, have been scratching our heads on what to do about Amazon … the Advantage program has been on hold since last May — it was the single, easiest way to get the non-POD version of a book up on Amazon and start the marketing process. With the suspension of it, Amazon Seller was the portal for an author to become a “vendor” and have books available for shipping. …
Got book? Add-on Products that Sell … Think Bookmarks!
Oh Yes … yes, you can.
Would you like a “hands-on workshop” to soar your speaking that is limited to a small number of participants? Would you like to start making money with your book?
Comments from a recent Unplugged from “old time” speakers who thought they had all the tips and tricks they needed: ” I got more in two hours than in my 10 years of being a speaker” … “Wow, Wow, Wow.” Yup, …
Are You an Author? Should You Be Speaking on Your Book?
By Judith Briles
There are a gazillion books published every year. But there aren’t a gazillion authors speaking on their books. And my question is: why the heck not?
Here are five reasons to consider becoming an author who speaks:
Speaking shares your message with more people. You have something to say, right? Isn’t this why you wrote your book? Speaking lets you present your core messages …
It’s a new, new year … and a new, new decade. The savvy author revisits the “blurb” that is included with every email that is generated. Does yours have some snap, crackle, and pop to it? My question for you, again, is:
What’s in Your eMail Signature?
Savvy authors need to create at least one eMail signature that is attached to every email they initiate. Why? It tells the receiver who you are … and it enables …
Moving Beyond Wishes … It’s About Author and Publishing Goals
Everyone knows someone who starts a sentence with “I wish…” I wish I had a better job … I wish I made more money … I wish I could lose 20 pounds … I wish I could go on vacation … I wish I had a bigger home … I wish I had a new car … I wish … my book was a bestseller … …
This week is a personal favorite of mine. Thursday is a family day and a break from the massive cooking and planning from my Annual Authors’ Tea where 140 author and book lovers gathered in my home to eat, sip, greet authors and buy their books. The following day, was a brunch celebrating my new book and Mara Purl’s with another 35 friends. Whew!
I’ve lost count in the sticks of butter used in baking …