WHAT COULD POSSIBLY GO WRONG?
You’ve spent months or years putting your heart and soul into writing your book and you’re looking forward to publishing it. But with over 500,000 books published each year, how will your book get noticed? Don’t wait to learn what you did wrong when your book gets no traction, but get it right the first time by learning what you need to do before publishing, and what first-time-author mistakes to avoid.
- The number one mistake all self-published authors make
- Identify, and reach, your target audience (without paying for advertising)
- Differences between traditional, independent/self, and subsidy publishing, and printing
- Determine the best keywords to associate with your book
- Features that must be in place before you publish
- Elements and costs of independent publishing
To improve your chances of success, the ideal time to read this book is while you’re still writing yours.
Bryna’s Self-Publishing Posts
- When Irish children’s author Avril O’Reilly sent a tip sheet to media outlets throughout Ireland, she had immediate success that included newspaper and television exposure for her book, Kathleen and the Communion Copter. In her tip sheet, O’Reilly offered parents advice for selecting just the right Communion gift for little girls. While her book is fiction, ...