If you’re wondering if your chapter sucks, it probably does. That’s ok. Keep writing. The first goal is to just get it down on paper and then you bring in book editors to help. We like to tell our clients the first order of business is creating a bad first draft. Once you’ve got a […]
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Have you heard people saying, you have to put your book on pre-sale? Do you know what that means? Even more importantly, do you know if pre-sales are important for your book launch? What is a pre-sale period? In this video, I show you what it looks like when your book is on pre-sale: Pre-sale […]
YouTube is a powerful platform for being discovered and connecting with potential book readers. But as an author, you might be thinking there’s no freaking way you’re getting in front of a camera and shooting a video. The reason you write, you may be thinking, is to stay behind the screen, not get in front […]
When you write a book, there’s some really exciting material you must include in your book. That is the material on the copyright page of your book. Before we dive into this important page in your book, here’s the very important disclaimer: This is not legal advice. This is just one author sharing some info […]
How you start a chapter in your book is critical. It’s your opportunity to keep your reader, or lose them. If they are just browsing your book, it’s your chance to hook them in for the whole book. One of our recent clients, to be unnamed, sent me the first draft of their book and […]
Every once in a while large batches of Amazon book reviews get removed from the Amazon site. It’s one of the worse things that could happen to a book post-launch. Reviews matter a lot in buying decisions, and we all need those reviews to be honest. Gaming Amazon shouldn’t happen easily or we’ll all suffer. […]
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