If you want to break into the ebook market but aren’t sure where to start, this is the webinar for you. Author Susan Orosco will teach you how to bring a nonfiction ebook to market, including title selection, book design, organization, formatting and marketing tips.
A book or ebook is a great way to share your experience and insights, bring more visiblity to your cause and establish yourself as a passionate authority. With the expanding universe of independent publishing (a.k.a. self-publishing) the world is now your oyster. How do you make it work for you and your cause? In this webinar we will explore this opportunity.
Author Gary Small, who has written many Nonfiction books, describes what goes into a good proposal, including sample chapters, outlines, and more.
Mary Mackey, a author and award-winning poet, discusses her experience of releasing 9 novels and a book of poetry on the same day! She describes the role her agent and the Author's Guild played in allowing her to do this. It's a great lesson in knowing which rights to sell and what your rights are as an author. Mary also candidly discusses her pricing strategy for these new ebooks and why it works for her.
Editors and literary agents are looking for that non-fiction book that has legs. Carol Hoenig will take you through the steps of how to put together an eye-catching book proposal.
Artist, illustrator, and author, Melanie Greenberg shares how she got started in publishing and offers some tips for others interested in doing the same, including the name of an organization you should absolutely join, a formula for sizing children’s books, and much more!
True crime author Suzy Spencer talks about whether or not you need a legal background to successfully write true crime books. You'll be surprised (and maybe inspired) to hear her opinion on the matter. She also shares her personal journey to publication in this genre.
Author Michael Perilstein share how he decided on the right publishing path for his project. His story is an example to all authors that defining your goals for the book should be a key step in deciding your publishing path. He also tells us how he found a publisher without an agent and that the key to that was targeting his inquiries to the right kind of publisher.