It’s not too late to send the books you want to give! I show you how to save the day in this quick video about Kindle’s Buy For Others feature.
How do you write a great book description that connects with your readers and makes them take action to buy it and read it? And do that in 200 words or less? That’s the big question authors grapple with. But wait—there’s more! This description also has to grab the imagination and interest of the influencers […]
Most of you feel compelled to get your message out there. Your book is a way you can help more people, and there comes a point that you can’t hold back any longer. You do the hard work of unleashing your inner author for the chance to teach, to inspire, to encourage someone; to etch your […]
I come from a long line of world-class worriers – you probably do, too. We consider it a natural part of being a human. But what if it could be different? I found a wonderful book about how to worry less. It’s called “Feel the Fear . . . and Do It Anyway” by Susan […]
For entrepreneurs and the people who love them This beautiful book is the brainchild of Kristin Darga, who was inspired to build a community to support entrepreneurs who are changing the world, but feeling like they’re all alone in the struggle. “This is a book about generosity and about boundaries. The generosity to build something […]
I’m excited to announce the “unleashing” of two new authors! Congratulations to Carol Jacobson and John Alexander: Here’s how Carol Jacobson describes her book, Dancing on the Edge: Clearly I have issues “Reading these poems is a lot like eating jalapenos; they all look the same, but some are a lot stronger than others. Your eyes water, […]
A foreword is a section at the beginning of a book, usually written by a person who is well-known by the readers in that niche. Having a foreword is not required, but it can be a powerful way to reach readers who don’t know you yet and guide them to your message. If your goal […]
All the marketing gurus talk about defining your “target market,” finding your “niche” and speaking directly to them. I have always fought the idea of narrowing my focus to a target market, because I don’t want to leave anyone out. I also have a problem with the whole “target” idea, since it seems like we’re […]