I think most writers are unique in their own right. We all have a story to tell, something that resonates deep within us. My writing is usually non-fiction based on real life and business experience. When I learn something, it infuses into my work and writing almost instantly. Whether I am working one-to-one with an author or business client, or sharing my insights and expertise on paper or computer screen, it’s just a conversation, sharing something that is intended to support, encourage or guide that person in the way they need it most.
Adele’s years of research, invaluable personal experience, and asking the right questions, have given virtual bloom to a timely technique, blending eastern wisdom with a western approach. Although this book focuses on weight loss, the amazing philosophy behind its approach will draw you in as you discover how it can be applied to so many areas of your life. It will definitely make believers of the skeptics . . . finally.
Here are 4 considerations that are ideal to complete before submitting your manuscript to an editor or publisher for consideration, followed by some guidelines to discern whether hiring a writing coach could prove helpful as well.
Depending on the genre of your book, you might have a broader audience to market to. For instance, health and wellness books are very popular right now. However, if you have a high level business book that caters to the entrepreneurial or corporate market, then the dynamics of your audience will be very different and likely smaller in relation to topics that speak to more of the general public.
Whether you’re in the midst of writing your masterpiece or whether you’re already a published author, I’m sure you’ve been wondering how to promote your book. Here are 4 great book promotion techniques you can use to establish your own public brand.