You’re a writer.
You have a book already or you want towrite one (or several). You’d love to havepeople all over the world reading yourbooks. It’s your lifetime dream to be asuccessful author.You also want to improve your craft andlearn from people who are more experienced than you. You want to experimentwith your creativity.
You want to be published.
It would be great to have your book on the shelves of your local bookstore and amillion dollar publishing deal. But you don’t know how to achieve this or even whatthe publishing options are these days. You’ve heard that it’s hard to get published,or maybe you’ve been rejected before, and you don’t know much about howpublishing works in general.You may have heard about self-publishing or even tried it yourself. You’d like topublish a print book but you don’t want to get ripped o
in the process.You want to know more about ebooks and the Kindle, iPad and Nook. You’ve heardthe success stories of people who have made a lot of money through self-publishing and you wonder whether you can do this too.
You want to sell your books and make anincome from them.
Your book might be available for sale but not performing as you would like. Oryou’re coming up to a book launch and don’t know where to start. You’ve heardthat you need to blog and be on social networks but you don’t want to waste yourtime. You know you need to learn about marketing. You’d rather be creative but youknow that writers have to pay the bills and a book that’s being talked about sells,so you want to ﬁnd out the most e
ective ways to market your book.You’ve been reading lots of books and blogs on these subjects but
you’re stilloverwhelmed by the amount of information online
. You don’t know what youshould do but you’re keen to learn more. You want to cut through the noise andmove forward with your dreams and goals of writing, publishing and marketing.
You’re ready to learn.
Is this you? If any of it applies, you’ll ﬁnd this little ebook useful.3