Yes, you can publish your book in 2023! It’s easier than ever to make your manuscript available to the public in a polished format. In this episode of the Writing Momentum podcast, Chris and Gena discuss a few avenues available to publish your book – and why now is the time. (Plus, get your free goal-setting for authors ebook!)
2022 was a great year for writers and authors and it offered some wonderful insights. In this episode of the Writing Momentum podcast, Chris and Gena talk about what they took away from 2022 and how it will change the way they approach their careers in 2023. See if they’re the same for you!
Many authors look at publishing traditionally because they don’t know how to market their book…but the truth is, even traditional publishers require you to be the number one marketer of your work. On this Writing Momentum podcast, Chris and Gena talk about book marketing for traditional and self-publishers, talking about who’s responsible for doing what…and what you can expect.
Publishers and agents receive THOUSANDS of manuscripts every year…yet only a handful of submissions are published. How can you beat out your competition and get into the top 3% of manuscripts they receive? On this week’s Writing Momentum podcast, Chris and Gena discuss what they’ve learned over the years about getting OUT of the slush pile FAST.
When it’s time to submit your book to an editor or agent, the best place to start is with a query letter. A query letter is what you send out to gauge interest in a specific book idea. And in this episode, Chris, Gena, and Rene answer questions about Query letters from Twitter including:
-What should you put in a query letter?
-Should you query only one genre at a time?
Every author can have their very own author page on Amazon. It’s as easy as going to https://author.amazon.com and logging in. But making your page effective is more challenging. In this episode, Chris and Gena talk about how you can maximize your Amazon author page so it’s helpful, SEO-friendly, and propped to not only sell books, but also get people into your sales funnel.
Do you need an ISBN? How about a UPC code? And what’s an ASIN? On this episode, Chris and Gena talk about the pros and cons of getting an ISBN when you’re self-publishing.
Are you ready to self-publish your book on Amazon’s Kindle Direct Publishing platform? It’s easier than you think. In this episode, Chris and Gena talk about everything you need for your book…so you can get published today.
You book needs a GOOD cover. Here’s how to use popular services like Stencil (or Canva) to create a book cover worthy of the book you’ve written! Full transcript: Hey Accelerators! It’s Christopher Maselli with Writing Momentum, and a few days ago, I posted a video about how great Stencil is and why I like…
Good question, Maria! Let’s look at the three most common types of publishing: If the company you’re hearing from is legit, it’s most likely a hybrid publishing service. This isn’t a bad way to go, especially if you’re struggling with the traditional and independent publishing route, but it does cost more. That said, we’re always…