Book publishing has been around for centuries. And while I wasn’t around during the time of the first printing press, I’m willing to bet that they had all sorts of advice for anyone looking to get published even back then. I mean, it was probably advice like “get on Henry VIII’s good side and Cambridge […]
You’ve probably already heard that writing a book can build your business and even generate leads for your business. But it’s not really as simple as just writing a book and then waiting for the leads to start coming in. For your book to truly help generate leads, you need to come up with the
Years ago, there were two ways you could become a published author. Your manuscript could be picked up and distributed by a publishing house, or you could pay a lot of money to a vanity publisher. Or, if you were lucky, had a lot of money, and knew how to construct books, you could self-publish. Self-publishing was
Feedback is a vital tool in the journey of transforming your manuscript from a good story into a great book. Whether you’re a seasoned author or a newbie in the literary world, seeking feedback can be an incredibly valuable step towards honing your craft and creating a more engaging reading experience for your audience. Constructive
It’s one of the questions I hear all the time: should you hire an editor before submitting your book to an agent? The short answer is yes; but as always, there is a lot of “well, it depends” that goes along with it. Editing in the Publishing Process Writing a book is a daunting task.