Tagged: book shepherd

Top Ten Twitter Tweets of April 13, 2019

Top Ten Twitter Tweets of April 13, 2019

Fun in the cyber air … and more author smarts … was revealed to the VIP AuthorYOU community at the NO PITCH … just INFO and HOW TO only webinar on Tuesday. A Baker’s Dozen of goodies and tools that are free—and how to use them. Replay is only available to the VIP AuthorYOU membership. JOIN NOW

 
Got a question? You get my input … plus that of those who are here that can add …

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Successful Authors Embrace the Big Four Publishing DNA

Successful Authors Embrace the Big Four Publishing DNA

Once upon a time, in a land not so far away, there were two types of publishing: the real  publishing route where mega-thousands of books were printed each year; authors were paid moneys upfront called advances; publisher reps happily pitched books that only real authors wrote; all marketing and publicity were handled by the publisher for an author when the book was published and available via real bookstores; and to claimed the moniker of a …

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Embrace 10 ways to make this the best author and publishing word ever!

Embrace 10 ways to make this the best author and publishing word ever!

 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 …

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Book Publishing: It’s Not a Fad … It’s a Trend-Skipping NY

Book Publishing: It’s Not a Fad … It’s a Trend-Skipping NY

A distinct trend has surfaced with book shepherding clients I’ve worked with this past year. These successful, traditionally published authors are choosing to bypass New York. Yes, if they offered their ideas, their manuscripts to the traditional publishing community via their agents, the odds were extremely high that they would receive a hefty offer to publish the new book. Yet, these authors chose not to. Why?