This week, I’m answering your burning questions on all things writing, publishing, platform, and more.
I often say that entering the world of publishing is like learning a new language.
I should know. I’ve tried to learn Spanish, Vietnamese, Thai, and Portuguese. And I’ve only been successful at near-fluency in one so far! (Portuguese is also coming along. Slowly.)
First, you embark on a project to achieve one of the hardest goals out there: write a book. Not only do you need to learn the skill of writing a book, but you need to show up with discipline and consistency to actually get it done. Then, you have to navigate self-editing, professional editing, and the publishing process (which has its own language!). Meanwhile, you need to build an author platform and put together a launch plan so your book doesn’t do a not-so-graceful flop on release day.
It’s a lot. But I’ve got you.
- Publishing resource: JaneFriedman.com
- Listen to the Beyond Better podcast episode about the ROI of a Book
Get my accelerated author self-study program, Nonfiction Book School: www.nonfictionbookschool.com/selfstudy.
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