Publishing Blunders, Bloopers, and Boo-Boos aren’t fun … they can knock down your confidence, sabotage your bank account, and diminish your credibility. The savvy author can side-step many of them by not rushing to publish and getting educated to the publishing process. And, by using common sense.
Everywhere you turn, there is info via the Internet, on the bookshelf, via videos, and certainly from workshops. You would think that any beginning author would start with a …
Get ready to snap, crackle and truly POP using the social media platforms for Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Instagram PLUS how to get to your ideal target market. It all happens this month.
Those who heard Karen Liz Albert at the April AuthorYOU meeting in Colorado were WOWWED by what she revealed and demonstrated. Now, anyone can see it… no matter where you live and what your time zone is. How? … you ask. Simply by …
When newbie authors are asked about their publishing experience, the phrase “It’s overwhelming” would surface within the top three responses. And it is.
There is expansive information about publishing. Multiple books have been written on every aspect of it. Public and private workshops are available. Webinars flow daily. Author and writing groups are in most cities. Information is out there—a plethora of information—how to do it; what not to do; how to publish your book for …
Author success revolves around being an entrepreneur. My raw definition of an entrepreneur is someone who creates, organizes and operates a business or multiple businesses. He or she takes on financial risks in order to do so and spends uncountable hours in the process. Often, it’s a solo act … with assist/help from others who are engaged along the journey. Yup, that sounds like the path of a successful author.
To take the journey, here’s what’s …
Is the Publishing World Turning? Yes, yes it is …
Publishing is morphing on a daily basis … If you are a new author, you’ve got publishing questions. Plenty of them. If you are an already published author, you should have publishing questions. Plenty of them.
As an author, ask: should I traditionally publish (hello New York), self-publish, independent publishing, pay-to-publish, hybrid publish, audio publish: ePublish or pPublish or aPublish … which is right for me and …
Have You Become Someone’s Cash Cow?
Starting down the publishing path takes money—don’t let anyone … anyone … tell you that it doesn’t. Usually, it’s more that what you think or planned for. And, it takes lots of time. Oh, and energy. Publishing isn’t the time to think you can be a couch potato. It’s a proactive endeavor.
Sure, there are ways to create a book and publish it for minimal dollars. And, it usually looks like …
Did you know that the key to your publishing success is less than two months away?
Did you know that all authors need a booster for their publishing success?
Are you ready to lace up your running shoes and take the next step to your publishing success?
Are you ready to trek your way to publishing success?
I am … and I hope you are as well.
Last week, I completed my annual three-day book publishing marathon. …
Not a week goes by that I don’t get a variety of “How do I do it?” questions that pertain to either writing, publishing or book marketing. Whew. None are one sentence responses.
If it’s about writing, it may be: How can I make a living writing? Do you know who pays for freelancers?
For authors and authors-to-be, it could be: I want to be in this for the long haul. How do I get started? How …