Update: E-Newsletter subscribers now receive my eBook Become a Better Faith Blogger as one of their two free eBook downloads. But don’t worry, A Path to Publishing is only $2.99!
I continue to hear from writers who have landed book deals that my book A Path to Publishing has been incredibly helpful for them as they sorted out the nonfiction book publishing process. One very talented writer even wrote, “This would not have happened without you!”
I don’t know about that, but I do know that publishing is a tough business where you need a lot of advice and a ton more planning if you’re going to succeed. If you’re thinking about publishing a nonfiction book, you’ll want to check out A Path to Publishing and learn more about how it can help you.
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I’ve already been offering e-newsletter subscribers a free E-book download of my book Divided We Unite: Practical Christian Unity and the introduction of A Path to Publishing. However, I decided it’s time to help new writers a bit more.
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I just read your article about self-publishing with community support. I have self-published twice. Each time for a different reason. Regardless, the success or failure depended on relentless marketing which I take on as a job. The first book, a collection of short stories published in 2005 with another author sold 300 copies during the year following its publication. We knew agents wouldn’t be interested in two no-name authors with short stories, so we published then plowed ahead visiting every “friends of the library” within 100 miles driving distance of our homes, each gathering of people seeking speakers for their programs, indie bookstores needing local authors, even Barnes & Noble on a special holiday. In March I self-published a novel for which there is no bountiful fan base. It’s military action. Still undeterred, I have set up book signings with two of the venerable indie bookstores in San Diego County where I live, have appeared at a well-known veterans museum, have had book signings in retail stores, street fairs, set up speaking engagements to the Rotary club and a philanthropic organization; even have the book offered in a grocery store. I’m already at the 200 book point and still have a major event in DC coming up in November. The point of this is to merely agree with you and add that by applying the same work ethic to marketing as an author does to the writing, books can be sold.
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