Writing a book can be such a lengthy process and if you’re in the business of self-publishing, it could take even longer. In her new blog post, Wendy Keller provides us with a few tips and tricks on how to get the most out of your book writing adventure. By planning the book according to a traditional outline, setting a higher but achievable outcome for when the book is finished and starting to market the finished product before it releases, you’ll feel ready to accept the success that comes your way.
- If you plan to write several books, than a self-published, poor-selling first book will hurt your chances of attracting a publisher in the future.
- Find books similar to yours on Amazon, read them, and figure out what you can do to make yours better.
- Marketing your book is crucial, so consider actions such as hiring a publicist or PR firm, or appearing on podcasts.
“Getting a book published is pretty easy these days, at least if you’re willing to self-publish. But using a book to grow your business in a practical, tangible way is a strategy a lot of people don’t take time to learn.”
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