If 2020 taught us anything, it’s that tomorrow is never guaranteed and time is a stone-cold thief. So, why squander it on an unworthy writing gig?
Bone up on publishing basics, from the author platform to deciding between self-publishing and traditional publishing.
As much as the publishing industry has changed throughout the years, one thing is constant: Marketing is vital to a book’s success.
If you’re a nonfiction author who does not yet have an agent, you can save time and energy by sending a query letter to potential agents.
Your author platform can be among the most important factors in determining whether or not your book gets published. But what exactly is it?
Here are some experienced people and great sites that can help you become more knowledgeable and hopefully more successful (however you define that term) regarding your book.
You already know that writers with significant social media followings can be more desirable to agents and publishers. Since Facebook is still the market leader in the digital space, start your author platform that makes it as good a place as any to begin your marketing strategy.