Do you know how many times I hear that statement? (I wish I’d known that before I published my first book… OR just oops… I messed that up…)
I’d guess almost all 83 speakers in the Women in Publishing Summit last year said something along those lines during our interviews.
One of the disservices about the growth of self-publishing (there are many FABULOUS things about self-publishing!) is that it has given everyone the belief that self-publishing is easy and anyone can do it. Well, anyone CAN do it. The easy part is misleading.
If you’re self-publishing, you still want to have a good book. A book worth buying. A book that people will stop scrolling through the list and click on and then add to their cart. Right? Otherwise, what’s the point?
I can teach you how to NOT make these mistakes with my Self-Publishing Boot Camp.
Some mistakes are forgiveable, like a typo here and there. Others are not and will lead to bad reviews, low sales, and rejection from libraries, bookstores, reviewers, and more.
It is NOT okay if you don’t know how to publish your book and you realize on launch day that your book might not actually show up on Amazon for another 72 hours.
It’s always more fun with a friend! Get a buddy to join you and I’ll give you a 10% payback.
If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to reach out!