You might be asking “what is Partner Publishing?” The short answer is that partner publishing bridges the gap between self and traditional publishing. I recently had a local TV interview where the host asked this same question. In my dialogue with him I added that one isn’t necessarily better than the other, each simply provides the writer/author with choices based on a number of factors, including his/her:
In the last blog post I introduced a brand new author Adele Spraggon. As promised, here is Part Two of my interview with our new author, Adele Spraggon, talking about what her creative process was for Shaped Within: Reshaping Weight Loss. I couldn’t have said it better—this really speaks to those of us who consider ourselves holistic entrepreneurs or practitioners.
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.
So you want to write a book? You have a great story to tell, perhaps through lessons you’ve learned, experiences you’ve gained and/or education and expertise you have developed and honed. Now what? You want to share it in the form of a book. Here are 10 basic points to consider on “how to write a book”.