If you are like me, your email box is loaded … in fact, overloaded … with offers to do “this” and offers to do “that”; with call to action after call to action. It’s exhausting, to say the least.
Each year, I put an enormous amount of time and energy in putting together AuthorU’s annual Extravaganza—a three-day event bringing a variety of publishing and marketing experts together under one roof. Each commit to not being Swoopers—speakers who …
The Book Shepherds: Why should you write a book? The Credibility Factor
#2 Your book creates The Creditibility Factor. Creating a book with substance and quality says reams about whom and what you are. You’ve done the research; you’ve done a study;
Join us for a webinar on Jul 11, 2017 at 4:00 PM MDT.
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On Tuesday, July 11th (6 ET, 5 CT, 4 MT, 3 PT.) … 30 awesome and Hot Publishing Ahas and Tips from six amazing publishing pros: Judith Briles, Joan Stewart, Rebecca Finkel, Kelly Johnson, Mara Purl and Amy Collins. Plus we always throw in a few more that you won’t want to miss!
What author and writer don’t want savvy insider tips and …
I had plenty of take-aways from Judith Briles Book Publishing Unplugged last week. Some old, some new.
Yes, it was three intensive days for 47 of us.
Yes, it was loaded with plenty of new, hands-on info and author and book marketing tools.
Yes, it was an over-load of material and how-tos.
Yes, there was lots of laughing, eating, playing, working. Each came away with a detailed Judith Briles Book Publishing Unplugged Workbook that supported in detail all the …
It’s Halloween weekend … Let’s hope that lots of Treats are headed your way vs. nasty old Tricks. Here’re my three Treats to being an AUTHOR:
1 Writing a Book Seeds YOU as an Expert.
It doesn’t matter if its fiction or nonfiction, expertise grows. As a fiction writer, you become superb in research—whether it’s the theme, location or any other nuance. Think Tom Clancy—who did the media call in as the “go to” realistic expert when …
Here are 3 HUGE mistakes I see authors making every day. Do any sound like you or an author friend?
1. When asked the simple question, “Who is your book for?” they say:
“My book is for everybody.”
Nonsense …take off your shades … otherwise you will continue to live in Delusional Land.
If your book is for “everybody,” that means you mean it’s written for men, women, children, babies, and everything in between. It means that it’s for …
What a tangled web they weave … In the past two months, I’ve worked with several private clients and fielded numerous phone calls/emails from authors who have issues with their “publishers.” In all cases, they’ve been duped.
Black Friday and Cyber Monday have passed… Now “ads” are popping to snag all those who might have missed out … and guess what, some of the deals will be better than what were originally offered.
If you think you missed out on the holiday book-buying rush by not getting your book in all the Black Friday/Cyber Monday rush, you didn’t. Why, you ask? Because books are year round … holidays every month to play …