Book Publishing and ISBNs … Do Authors Need Them?
Do authors need ISBNs? Yes, they do … and that means you.
If you plan on selling your book, the answer is yes. If you are creating something that is not for re-sale—from the family history to your high school reunion … most likely not–books that fall into the “legacy” category.
How many should you have … just the one for your book or do you need others? What …
How Should Authors Publish? New York or On Their Own?
The real question is: What Should YOU Do?
Not a week goes by that these questions don’t surface via email or a phone call:
Should I try to sell my book to New York?
Should I self-publish?
What’s the difference between the two?
What should I do?
Can you help me?
Fair enough … all valid questions for authors … …
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 …
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.
This week is my 4th Annual Judith Briles Book Publishing Unplugged event–3 awesome days that cover a variety of topics including the latest in authoring gizmos and gadgets and a variety of GamePlans that I work each participate through for Book Marketing, Speaking, Platforms and CrowdFunding–free money! If you want to move you and your book to unbelievable heights, call my offices today and see if there are any spots left at 303-885-2207.
Book CrowdFunding isn’t …
On Sunday, November 1st, Dan Poynter ’s fight with acute cancer ended. A true giant. Dan was the catalyst and visionary and has remained in the center of the growing self-publishing community. Seeing the value of self-publishing, it was seeded with his love of parachuting and cats. That love led to the publishing of over one hundred books with the Para Publishing imprint and his name. His Self-Publishing Manual became a bible for mega-thousands of authors.