Author Archive: Stephanie Chandler

Stephanie Chandler is the founder of the Nonfiction Authors Association and Nonfiction Writers Conference, and author of several books including "The Nonfiction Book Marketing Plan" and "Own Your Niche." A frequent speaker at business events and on the radio, she has been featured in Entrepreneur, BusinessWeek, and Wired magazine.

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Amazon Book Pricing and the Used Book Network

Amazon Book Pricing and the Used Book Network

Amazon is known for its low prices and there is a good chance it will discount your book’s retail price, especially if the book is selling well. The pricing Amazon chooses for your book can also change periodically. A $20 book might be listed for $18.59 one week and $16.50 another week. There is nothing […]

Speaker Request Form

Speaker Request Form

Are you a professional speaker (or do you want to be)? Use this form as a guideline for fields to add to a speaker request form on your website, which will make you look like a pro when speaker opportunities come looking for you! download the form: Speaker Request Form

NFAA Welcomes VSP Individual Vision Plans – New Member Benefits Available

NFAA Welcomes VSP Individual Vision Plans – New Member Benefits Available

We are thrilled to announce our new partnership with VSP, the nation’s only not-for-profit vision care company. VSP Individual Vision Plans provides affordable individual and family vision insurance plans, with plans starting as low as $17 per month. At the Nonfiction Authors Association, many of our members are self-employed, retired or planning for retirement. While […]

Recording: Robert LeVine on How to Make Money as an Expert Witness

Recording: Robert LeVine on How to Make Money as an Expert Witness

Join us as Robert LeVine discusses How to Make Money as an Expert Witness. About Robert LeVine Robert LeVine, a 1975 graduate of the University of Chicago School of Law, is a national legal consultant, continuing legal education and motivational speaker, former law professor, and author of The Uniform Commercial Code Made Easy.  The Uniform […]

Leveraging Social Media

Leveraging Social Media

Each month, the Nonfiction Authors Association asks a burning publishing question of the industry’s best, brightest, and most innovative experts. Here’s what they have to say! NFAA: What are some of your best tips for leveraging social media for authors?    MARK SCHAEFER The real key to leveraging social media is realizing that most of your […]

Teleseminar: Tina Dietz on How to Produce Profitable Audio Books

Teleseminar: Tina Dietz on How to Produce Profitable Audio Books

Event Date: April 12, 2017 | Time: 10AM PST / 1PM EST Join us as Tina Dietz discusses How to Produce Profitable Audio Books. About Tina Dietz When she was 2 years old, someone handed Tina Dietz a tape recorder – and that was that! A lifelong love affair was born. Today, Tina is a speaker, audiobook […]

Choosing the Right Publishing Option for You and Your Book: 8 Ways to Get Published by Michael Larsen

Choosing the Right Publishing Option for You and Your Book: 8 Ways to Get Published by Michael Larsen

1. You can self-publish your book by –Doing it as an ebook, a hardcover, a mass market book or trade paperback –Using print-on demand (POD) at no cost or by paying for services –Using print-quantity-needed (PQN) for short runs, offset for longer runs –Publishing it for free online as blog posts, articles, or a manuscript, […]

Steps to Take Before Going to Press with Your Book

Steps to Take Before Going to Press with Your Book

Your self-published book has been edited, formatted, its cover designed, and now you’re starting to think about what it will actually look like in its finished form and how you’re going to market and sell it. If nerves set in and you’re wondering what to do next, tune in to this month’s homework for your […]

Get Found By Media Pros

Get Found By Media Pros

More than half of the media interviews I’ve given over the years came to me without any effort on my part. Why? Because I have positioned myself as an authority. Many interviews have come from reporters who found my blog. When the recession was just starting, I wrote several blog posts about how I was […]