Here we go again. Yet another author who shall remain nameless emailed me this week asking for advice on how to market her new book and generate publicity for it. She says she’s “too close to it” and doesn’t know where to start.
If you’re thinking of writing a book, I beg you to do two things before investing months or even years writing and editing it, and thousands of dollars publishing it.
First, read my article 10 Questions to Ask Before Writing Your Book. These aren’t trick questions. But if you can’t answer most of them, you have no business writing a book on the topic you’ve chosen.
Second, instead of trying to reinvent the wheel, learn from other authors who have figured out how to make their books best-sellers. Join Steve Harrison for a free telephone seminar this Thursday, August 13, at your choice of two times: 2 and 7 p.m. Eastern. It’s called “How To Make Your Book an Almost Instant Bestseller and Sell Tons of Copies Even If You’re A Marketing Novice”, and it will show you an ingenious, yet simple method any author can use to make their book an almost instant bestseller and sell tons of copies.
As a result of applying the “Bestseller Blueprint,” you’ll discover this Thursday how:
- Peggy McColl’s book hit the Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble and New York Times bestseller lists.
- Gary Renard sold over 10,900 books and hit #2 on Amazon.
- Kristie Tamsevicius got a deal to sell 25,000 books to ONE company and got national bookstore distribution after becoming an Amazon Bestseller.
- Gary Rebstock hit #1 on Amazon and landed a deal with Random House.
- Sandy Forster sold over $50,000.00 of books in a week and hit #5 on Amazon.
Plus, you’ll also learn how to adjust your bestseller campaign to accommodate recent rumored changes in how some top bestseller lists are calculated.
Even if your book isn’t going to be out for a while, this is a call you won’t want to miss. Register here for Thursday’s call.
The method you’ll hear requires no marketing expertise, no marketing budget and no technical expertise. It works for works for all types of books, fiction or non-fiction, regardless of subject—whether your book is self-published, POD, or an ebook; newly-published or even a book that has been out for years.