Grow Your Audience with These 8 Steps to Record Your Audio Book By Phil Giangrande It’s time to record your audio book! I’ve said that many times at speaking engagements and conferences only to be met by mostly blank stares. Why? Because authors love the written word and are therefore much more interested in seeing their
If this article caught your eye, more than likely you’re a self-published author. Congratulations, you’ve accomplished something that many people dream of trying yet rarely do. Now, what’s next? You’ve spent months or maybe even years crafting your work and you want to get it out in the world, right? So how do you help
Are you getting ready to launch your book? Excellent! One of the most important pieces of advice I give to authors is to start at least three months in advance. I caution you to break this rule at your own risk. Let me tell you why. There are several elements involved in the launch of
On top of the recent data scandals scaring potential readers away from Facebook, your page numbers haven’t increased in months. It leaves many authors wondering: Is Facebook even worth it anymore? Are paid ads the only way for exposure? Marketing your book on any social network can appear intimating, whether it’s Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.
By Desireé Duffy As first seen on equities.com Your mind is made up. You know without a doubt that you have a book trapped in your soul and it’s clawing to get out. Congratulations — you’re about to become an author — or give birth to an alien life form. Either way, the pain involved is nearly the
By Desireé Duffy As first seen on equities.com Are you at the level in your career where writing a book makes sense? Executives, entrepreneurs, CEOs, and experts in their field all eventually reach the point where writing a book is a logical next step. Often referred to as calling card books, the intention is usually to
A Guide for Introverts to Get the Most out of Writers Conferences A guest post by: Laurie Finkelstein Laurie Finkelstein is the author of the award-winning Next Therapist Please, a book that juxtaposes humor and romance with anxiety, depression and OCD. A member of the Greater Los Angeles Writers Society, she is among the panelists
Until the beginning of 2023, authors and creative minds consistently held the belief that machine learning and creativity were incompatible. The conviction remained that as long as one infused their writing with genuine human emotion and passion, their uniquely crafted and eloquent words would always remain uniquely human. During a presentation at The Relatable Voice
Do you struggle with creating writing that fulfills your passion as opposed to that which fills your pocketbook? Are you in a conundrum about which path to follow? Or can you make these seemingly parallel roads converge? With over two decades in marketing, branding, and PR, particularly focusing on writers who are both creative and
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