15 answers to your questions about building an author platform.
No matter how you publish, you’ll need a sturdy platform. Learn which techniques successful authors use to build reliable platforms.
Don’t fall for these nine publishing myths that spread like a virus. Keep your publishing career healthy and learn what to do instead of falling for viral myths.
Do you ever feel alone in the writing journey? Or perhaps you are not sure what to do next. You don’t need to! In this episode Thomas talks about10 different places to find mentorship and the pros and cons of each.
How One Author Used Her Shelved Manuscript to Get a 3 Book Deal
If you want to be traditionally published, you need to know these 6 decision-makers and which part of your proposal matters to each.
Six Things Readers are Looking for on Your Website
Learn why and how to put your indie book up for pre-order on Amazon. Lacy Williams also shares when it’s a bad idea to put your book up for pre-order.
In this episode, we talk with Lacy Williams about how to get libraries to buy your indie books using services like Overdrive and Draft2Digital.
In this Novel Marketing Podcast episode, we are going to talk about publishing scams and how to avoid them. Don’t get bamboozled by a charlatan!
In this episode, we talk about Amazon’s brick and mortar bookstores, the future of paper books, and how they affect you as an author.
In this episode, we share an episode of the Creative Funding Show where Thomas talks with Joanna Penn about the multiple ways you can make money from your writing career that you might have never considered.
Good marketing helps a bad book fail faster. To succeed, you need a great book and for that, you need a great editor. In this episode, learn how to find and work with an exceptional editor with special guest Karen Ball.
In this episode, we are going to talk about a few of the myths and lies writers are prone to believe which can derail us or send us in wrong directions or keep us from going in the direction we should be headed.
Publishers pressure novelists to build a platform. Many authors see spending money on book marketing as part of the job. Here’s why that’s a mistake.