Tag: <span>writing</span>

Let’s talk about time management. Last week on Instagram, we talked about monitoring your time to see how you were really spending your day. It can be shocking when you…

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I think the better question is – why not? If you’re working to build a relationship with your reader, why approach it from the product, as in book marketing, instead…

coaching Uncategorized

You’re probably not going to become rich and famous when you publish this book. I know that’s hard to hear. Author, what’s your motivation? The publishing industry isn’t what it…

publishing

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When the question you might want to ask yourself is, why aren’t I selling more books? The answer isn’t the same for every author. It’s not dependent on genre, it…

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I’m not a fan of resolutions. They feel… doomed. Like the big wind up to New Year’s Eve and then it’s just another night. BUT, I do like new beginnings.…

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One of the first questions I ask an author.

Was your book professionally edited?  I thought this was a given – You write, you edit, you proofread and you publish. But the truth is, many self-published authors often skip this step due to the cost. And this will cost you. But if you do decide to skip this step, it could cost you more in sales.

publishing

You’re excited. Who wouldn’t be? Your book is finally done!

But once you’ve clicked publish, it’s too late to undo anything.

Every author will tell you about the mistakes they made the first time around, just ask. They’ll tell you about the things they forgot to do or the things they wished they’d done. You will make mistakes the first time around. But take your time and try to minimize them.

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Is your work protected? The first thing I do when preparing to speak to an author is look at their book, specifically the copyright page. Having managed every aspect of…

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