Tag: book

Make Your Business Card a Brochure: Using Yours to Sell You and Your Books

Make Your Business Card a Brochure: Using Yours to Sell You and Your Books

Why Have a Card? *A business card shows you’re professional. * It tells people what you want them to know that you can’t expect them to remember. * A card is a tangible, positive reminder of your encounter. * Your card is a marketing tool that will help sell you and your products and services. […]

Teleseminar: Beth Buelow on How and Why You Should Treat Your Book Like a Business

Teleseminar: Beth Buelow on How and Why You Should Treat Your Book Like a Business

Event Date: October 19, 2016 | Time: 10AM PST / 1PM EST Join us as Beth Buelow discusses How and Why You Should Treat Your Book Like a Business. About Beth Buelow Beth Buelow (BEE-low), PCC, serves as a guide to introvert entrepreneurs who want to amplify their strengths and build sustainable, energetically aligned businesses. She […]

How Many People Should Read My Book Before It’s Published? by Amberly Finarelli

How Many People Should Read My Book Before It’s Published? by Amberly Finarelli

You’ve done it: you just finished the first draft of your manuscript! Once that adrenaline-surging moment of completing such a monumental task has passed, you can’t wait to have someone else take a look at your work…and, okay, you’re probably a little nervous about it, too. Will readers “get” it? Does the development and flow […]

How to Write a Book FAST and Overcome the Fear That Prevents Most People from Finishing

How to Write a Book FAST and Overcome the Fear That Prevents Most People from Finishing

Studies show that as many as 80% of people want to write a book. I hear this goal all of the time from people I meet in the business world. Countless numbers of people over the years have proclaimed their desire to write a book, but only a small percentage will actually make their book a reality. […]

How to Get Testimonials for Your Book

How to Get Testimonials for Your Book

In the months before your book is published, you should begin reaching out to fellow authors to request endorsements. Ideally testimonials should come from authors in your field, and the more well-known the author, the better. And while you may think that big-name authors are untouchable, think again. Smart authors know that endorsing a book […]

How to Turn Your Blog into a Book (Or Start Blogging and Complete Your Manuscript in 60 Days!)

How to Turn Your Blog into a Book (Or Start Blogging and Complete Your Manuscript in 60 Days!)

Turning a blog into a book isn’t exactly a new concept—it’s been done by many over the years. One big example was highlighted in the movie Julie and Julia, featuring Meryl Streep and Amy Adams. The movie was based on a blog-turned-book by Julie Powell, a woman who decided to spend a year cooking all […]

Teleseminar: Teresa Funke on Essential Strategies to Make it Easier to Write Your Next Book

Teleseminar: Teresa Funke on Essential Strategies to Make it Easier to Write Your Next Book

Event Date: October 21, 2015 | Time: 10AM PST / 1PM EST Join us as Teresa Funke discusses Essential Strategies to Make it Easier to Write Your Next Book About Teresa R. Funke – Nationwide Writer’s Coach Teresa works with writers who are serious about producing good writing for pleasure or for publication. She serves clients […]

Why You Should Treat Your Book Like a Business

Why You Should Treat Your Book Like a Business

Once the creative process of dreaming up and plotting out your book has been completed, the rest of the aspects of writing, publishing, and distributing your book functions quite similarly to selling a product or running a business. While it initially may be difficult to think of the written work you’ve taken so much time […]

The Most Important Professionals to Hire for Your Nonfiction Book

The Most Important Professionals to Hire for Your Nonfiction Book

Competition in the book world is fierce, and can be especially so for self-publishing authors who must finance their own books and make them stand out against those from the big, traditional publishers with budgets for everything from editing to cover design to publicity. With that in mind, here are the four most important people […]

Build on Your Book’s Success: Participate in Live Workshops and Training Classes

Build on Your Book’s Success: Participate in Live Workshops and Training Classes

If you’re looking for ways to increase your revenue stream by building on the success of your non-fiction book and you enjoy teaching, then workshops and training classes may be a great option for you. You can develop your programs in just about any way that you choose. The simplest option, and a good place […]