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.
We’ve been working on 3 exciting updates for I C Publishing this fall, including the expansion of I C Bookstore on-line, the upcoming release of my new book, “Working From Home & Making It Work” and subsequent Virtual Book Tour.
Well, as I near the completion of my next book, Working From Home & Making It Work, I’m putting my own words to the test. You’ll notice in most of my blogs I often relate one’s writing journey to that of an entrepreneur’s – especially since many of the qualities you need to “develop” to be successful at both are quite similar. I’ve studied and learned a lot over my 27 years as an entrepreneur, including what works and what doesn’t. Here are my top 10 tips:
Have you ever experienced self-doubt as a writer? Have you ever wondered what your own unique writing voice is, or if you even have one? Well, you’re not alone.
My next book project is called, Working From Home & Making It Work ©, based on almost thirty years of experience and independent study. It’s a compilation of some of my more recent inspirational keynotes, a hands-on interactive workshop by the same name, and the individual mentoring and consulting I do with clients. I thought I would invite you on my journey as I complete the creative process and next steps to finally bringing it to fruition … and perhaps along the way offer you encouragement to put pen to paper or fingers to your keyboard, so you too can share your insights and passions with others.