Over 80% of Americans think they want to write a book. Is that you? Do you know the “why” of why your book should be available to others? And, do you need to learn the basics of publishing, what it takes to turn your vision, your words, into a print book? Dr. Judith Briles, The Book Shepherd,™ will show and teach you how at her exclusive Publishing 101 Workshop for Newbies.
Designed in an all-day workshop …
A day doesn’t go by when questions don’t come in via phone or email asking about “which” printer to use for a book.
The companies below I have personally printed my own books with as well as referred hundreds of authors to directly and mentioned them on my podcast. Therefore, each is highly recommended.
Total Printing Systems
250 to 1500 is their sweet spot. Excellent quality in children’s’ books and color. Has some terrific tools and …
Get ready to snap, crackle and truly POP using the social media platforms for Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Instagram PLUS how to get to your ideal target market. It all happens this month.
Those who heard Karen Liz Albert at the April AuthorYOU meeting in Colorado were WOWWED by what she revealed and demonstrated. Now, anyone can see it… no matter where you live and what your time zone is. How? … you ask. Simply by …
The Internet has changed a lot of the rules of yesterday … yesteryear. It’s a fast forward time … today, it’s all about being “out there”—exposed, talked about, findable. How do people find you? And connect with you? Are you visible?
If you have a product—a book, consulting services Having a marketing and sales background, it was drilled in that I had to follow my leads, track my leads and know where my business came from.
Ready to use Pinterest to work for you? In this post, you’ll learn how to read and use analytics, create content for your marketing success, and use the Pinterest toolkit to benefit your business. This is a deep dive into the nuts and bolts on how to use all the tools Pinterest has created for you to be successful on their platform. I created this guide so you would have all the important information in …
It’s simple – proofing is important. Proofs give you the ability to catch errors in both your text and cover files and make corrections before it’s too late. Keep in mind that your printed proof should not be used as your initial attempt at proofreading – your files should be fully edited and as perfect as possible when submitted to the printer. Your printer will not proofread for content; they are only looking for issues …
Time for the nitty-gritty of Pinterest profiles! In this post, you’ll learn all the details of how to create a business profile and what a scheduler is and why you should be using one. This is the post you’ve been waiting for: The IKEA of Pinterest profile building!
Pinterest offers personal or business accounts. As an author, you will want to upgrade to a free business profile in order to utilize the tools Pinterest has set …
Author alert: if you’ve been looking for a social media edge, the search is over! Pinterest is a platform that can launch your content into orbit—and keep it there. It’s ideal to support the marketing of your book.
Think of Pinterest as a social search engine: it’s the search engine driven by people. This makes it powerful. I’ve spent the last two months intensely researching this platform in order to gain understanding and insight with an …
Discover the Colorado Authors’ Hall of Fame. Just launched, it’s ready to celebrate and honor the legacy of authors connected with Colorado.
And, it’s TIME and OVERDUE to formally celebrate and acknowledge the amazing literary talent that has been influenced by Colorado.
What authors, you might say or think? And how do they need to be connected? Good questions, here’s how:
Authors who have been born in Colorado;
Authors who lived at one time in Colorado;
Authors who came and …
Voices in Your Head:
How Audiobooks Can Improve Your Writing
By Richard Rieman
Do you hear voices in your head while writing? It can be a very good thing.
As a veteran Audible audiobook narrator, I am always impressed when the writing just flows smoothly without choppiness or a staccato pattern.
The late, great author and writing coach Gary Provost says reading your written words aloud will make you a better writer:
“This sentence has five words. Here are five …