REVENUE STREAMS FOR AUTHORSTo thank you for being part of our community, Authority and VIP members of the Nonfiction Authors Association are invited to join us for an exclusive, members-only webinar event with NFAA CEO Stephanie Chandler.

Date: January 9, 2018
Time: 10AM PST / 1PM EST
Duration: 90 Minutes
Host: Stephanie Chandler, NFAA CEO
Can’t make it to the live event? Not to worry–a replay link will be available!

Webinar Overview:

Because only a small percentage of authors actually earn a living from their books, most need to develop additional revenue streams. In this content-rich presentation, Stephanie Chandler shares real-world examples and strategies for adding lucrative revenue streams to your author/publisher business. You will learn how to:

  • Create a revenue plan for your author business
  • Make money with information products
  • Develop and deliver online training programs
  • Profit from niche books, ebooks and workbooks
  • Conduct online events
  • Host a membership site that generates recurring revenue
  • Build a profitable niche community
  • Earn big money with corporate sponsors
  • Work less and earn more (really!)

Whether you’re just getting started or you’ve been an author for many years, this presentation is jam packed with powerful methods for growing your author business in ways you haven’t yet imagined!

Stephanie will follow the presentation with a live Q&A session where you can get answers to all of your burning questions!

Current Authority and VIP members of NFAA will receive participation instructions via email, including a replay link in case you’re unable to attend live. Watch your inbox for details.

Not a Member Yet? Join NFAA to Gain Webinar Access

There has never been a better time to join the Nonfiction Authors Association! Member benefits include access to recordings from our weekly teleseminar series (popular!), weekly marketing “homework,” new checklists, templates and other content released each week, discounts off the Nonfiction Writers Conference, Nonfiction Book Awards, online courses and Author Toolkits, and much more.

Join NFAA Before 12/31/17 to receive your exclusive webinar invitation (and find out why our members rave about NFAA). 

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Member Feedback:

As a new author, I can’t say enough good things about the wealth of information I’ve received from NFAA. The worksheets and information on specific topics is simply excellent! Thank you so much for the untold hours of research you’ve spared me as well as helping me know what I didn’t know I needed to know!”
– Marcia Grace “Calm, Creative, Joyful: Lessons in Transforming Your Life,”

“I joined the Nonfiction Authors Assoc. about six months ago and I can’t say enough about how helpful all the info is that I receive weekly on everything I need to know as an author.  I have just finished a second book and the info on finding agents, on self-publishing, and other valuable tips is extremely helpful.”
– Sandra CH Smith, Author of A Cook’s Tour of Epicuria — One Woman’s Adventures

“I’ve been with NFAA since Stephanie started the group and feel that she has worked hard ever since to constantly increase the value she brings to members. As a longtime self-published author, I also believe she is raising the standards of our whole industry by providing real value in educating nonfiction writers about the professional way to go about creating and publishing content. I very much appreciate what she has done and continues to do for us all, and one of the best ways she does it is through the NFAA Annual Conference. She always has the best speakers, and last year when she stepped in for one who couldn’t show up at the last minute (which happens to every conference everywhere and certainly doesn’t reflect on her), I frankly thought it was one of the best sessions of the whole event and hope she won’t wait for an AWOL presenter to do so again.”
– Mary Shafer, Author/Publisher, Word Forge Books, “Metal Detecting For Beginners: 101 Things I Wish I’d Known When I Started” –

I absolutely love all the resources the association offers–the downloads, the teleseminar recordings and the amazing discounts. Though I’ve been an author for many years now, I still find all kinds of new tips and ideas through NFAA. It’s one of the best investments I’ve ever made in my author career!
– Donna Hartley, Author of the Fire Up Your Life series,

“After an earlier career as a comedy writer (I wrote for “the Monkees” and “Love American Style”) I have become excited about non fiction writing on some new breakthroughs I’ve discovered in my second career of Conflict Resolution. I am grateful to NFAA for the tremendous support and guidance I have received in making this transition. NFAA is a great organization!
– David Evans, Website up March 1,

“I consider it a privilege to be a member of the Nonfiction Authors Association. The resources that are available to new and established authors are outstanding.  The Nonfiction Writers Conference is always jam packed with great sessions and this year I was invited by one of the panel agents to submit a book proposal during Pitch the Literary Agents!  As an up and coming author I find great value in the monthly teleseminars as well. I would encourage anyone who desires to become an established nonfiction author to join the Nonfiction Authors Association–you’ll be glad you did!
– Akua Carmichael, Author of My Lifeprint

NFAA helped me launch my first book into the world successfully. The templates and information on the web site are things I could not find anywhere else. I cannot wait to attend my first conference.”
– Alison Buehler, Author of Rethinking Women’s Health

The NFAA local chapter monthly meetings have been outstanding. Lots of informative speakers and great for networking.”
– Fred Fuld III, Stock Market Trivia,

The local NFAA chapter offerings, combined with the digital resources of the national organization, have been a delightful plunge into the worlds of writing and publishing.”
– Anonymous

The NFAA website is a great resource. It is loaded with checklists and explanation to understand the publishing process. I have really enjoyed the Chapter meetings. It’s great to meet with peers and have lively discussions, its very motivational.

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