If you’re working with a publisher on your book, you don’t have to worry layout and design, because your publisher takes care of it. However, if you’re an Authorneer, then you’re also more than likely an Independent or Indie Author and therefore must deal with it yourself. In this episode […]
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The Authorneer’s Journey, Part 2 (What to do before you start writing a book) [The Author’s Switch Podcast]
Ever wonder what you need to do before you start writing a book? Then listen up! That’s what I’m talking about in this episode of “The Author’s Switch”!
One question that many new and aspiring authors have is “Should I outline my book or just go with the flow?” To answer this question — and take my bias out of the answer — I did a little research on what those in the biz — authors and those who help authors alike — think about whether or not you should outline your nonfiction book.
I’ve had a lapel mic for years, but because I accidentally left it on, the battery died and I’ve never got around to looking for and purchasing a new one. So, when the opportunity came up to test a new lapel mic at a drastically reduced price, I said, “yes!” […]
As I mentioned in an earlier post this month, a published book is a powerful tool for coaches and consultants in growing their business. It helps you establish expertise. It lends you authority. And it attracts new clients. But writing a book takes commitment. How can you complete your book […]
Do you have an idea for a book? Do you know if your idea will work? Do you have enough material to create a book worth publishing? In this post, I’ll share some things to consider when evaluating your book idea. All things start with an idea. Whether that idea […]
Are you struggling to bring in new clients? Are you not sure what to do next in your marketing plan? Do you want to be seen as an expert in your niche? There’s one simple solution for all these business goals: A published book. It’s true. This one thing—especially if […]
How many times have I heard someone tell me they wanted to write a book? Frankly, I’ve lost count. The reasons why they don’t act on their desire are many. I’ll address the three most common roadblocks to authorship here. I don’t have time You’ll never finish something you don’t […]
You know you want to make some money on the side. Perhaps you hope to grow that side hustle into a full-time gig. But right now, you just feel the desire to do something more. How do you come up with ideas for your side hustle? And how do you test those ideas so you don’t waste your time going down the wrong rabbit hole?