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Wanna learn how to publish a book that doesn't suck...and will actually make you some moolah? Interested in finding out how to turn your self-publishing efforts into reliable sources of kick-ass income?
Curious to figure out how get published, get noticed--and get paid--and eventually self-publish your way to an actual writing career? (Not just something that helps give you a car payment.)
Then, my dear writer, you have come to the right place. For I was once like you.
I was drawn to the idea of being a full-time published writer who spent his days drinking copious amounts of coffee and keeping his Jack Russell terrier from destroying the house.
But then I was laid off. And by necessity I quickly learned how to publish a book that actually brought money in--fast! (Not just one that padded my ego.)
And you know what I learned? It is totally possible to make a living with self-publishing. As long as you do it right--and approach it like a frickin' professional.
And that's why I've collected all insider strategies on what to do--and, most notably, what not to do--in this humble tome, How to Publish a Book That Doesn't Suck (and Will Actually Sell).
In this book you'll discover:
- Six super-important questions all self-published authors have just gotta ask themselves
- The wonderfully profitable (and slightly irrational) world of Kindle publishing
- How audiobooks can change your life (and your bank account)
- What the hell is a Smashwords, and why should you really care?
- Eight keys to seeing your words in print
- How to become a best-selling author in Slovakia (and other tales from international rights sales
- Three superninja, punk-rock ways to sell your book
- And so much more!
What listeners say about How to Publish a Book That Doesn't Suck and Will Actually Sell
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- Bruce J. Cruz
Worth more than the price!!!
I enjoyed listening to the book during my commute. I learned much wisdom and insight to enhance my writing skills.
- F. Mileti
Right to the point.
Everything in it is valuable, eye-opening, and a little costly in some areas. The author just tells it like it is and there are always ways around what a person can or cannot afford. Fast, enjoyable read worth absorbing and retaining. Great narration.