If you want to market an already published book and give it some proper bust, or a future book you plan to launch soon with this full marketing kit you are on the right track.
If you are reading this it is safe to assume that you want to write your own book. However with the thought of writing your own book comes many questions such as; How do I publish? What do I write about? Will anyone read it? Just to name a few. Well I would like to help answer some of these questions with my own answers of how I published my own book. I started writing when I was depressed as an outlet to help cope. I wrote what [...]
Many writers decide to go the self-publishing route. It’s quick, it’s easy, and it’s cheap, right? Well, not exactly. The biggest shock for many folks is that you can’t just slap any old thing up on Amazon or Barnes & Noble and make a killing. Nope. You need to put out something that’s great, not just readable. Not even just plain good. But great—a book that readers can’t put down and can’t stop recommending to their friends. Word of mouth sells books more effectively than anything else. There [...]
It may not be easy but it is worth it. Before the advent of the e-book, self-publishing was for the author who wanted a few copies for friends and family members, vanity publishing. Then along comes the e-book and publishing was changed forever. Now, anyone with a computer and a manuscript can publish their book for FREE. Just push a button and your story is out there on Amazon or B&N or Kobo or any of the others. And, you can even publish a paperback version for free. [...]
There's only one person who can answer that, and it's you! Firstly, it has to be said that self publishing is not the easy way out and it's not just for authors who have been rejected by agents and traditional publishers. That being said, anyone can - and does - self publish which means you have to do something to make sure your book is good enough to rise to the top of the pile. And to start with, you need a good story! Once you've got that, edit [...]
Unlike traditional books whose covers were mainly designed conventionally to attract casual readers, modern authors use bright, interesting images and racy cover designs to catch the attention of the modern reader and probably make them want to buy the book. Some of the bestselling authors and publishing companies have realized the importance of appealing eBook cover art. Most self-publishing writers lack the resources to hire cover-art designers for excellent cover pages. As a result, some of their work may seem of mediocre quality with bad fonts and color [...]