Quote of the day:
“The mind of a writer can be a truly terrifying thing. Isolated, neurotic, caffeine-addled, crippled by procrastination, consumed by feelings of panic, self-loathing, and soul-crushing inadequacy. And that’s on a good day.”
― Robert De Niro
11th December 2015
This is book 1 in a new series which looks at self-publishing for beginners and the skills needed for ongoing book marketing and promotion. This e-books series is based on the experiences of author Sarah Jane Butfield who writes travel memoirs, non-fiction books and romance short stories.
The Accidental Author introduces the author and this series of self-help e-books for new or aspiring self-published authors. The introduction starts with how and why Sarah Jane came to write and self-publish Glass Half Full: Our Australian Adventure. Find out how an aspiring author aims to be discovered while learning on the job how to write, publish and launch a new career in writing.
Beta reader Shontae Brewster says, “A must read for any aspiring author or readers interested in the life of a self-published author. Sarah Jane’s never give up approach to life and anything she turns her hand to is beyond admirable.”
Book 2 The Amateur Authorpreneur is available now!
Here is the latest 5 star review
FREE from all good bookstores
SPECIAL OFFER for blog visitors only!!!
Get Book 2 FREE direct from the author
(it is not free at any store)
The Amateur Authorpreneur is a beginners’ guide for authors who intend to develop their writing into a business, addressing the important task of book promotion and marketing. We look at laying the foundations of the authorpreneur book promotion toolkit, building a fan base on social media and much more.
You've written a book or you plan to - what do you need to consider?
What does it offer readers?
Why will they buy it?
Where are your readers?
When will you publish it?
Who are you?
How do you promote it!
Find out how to take the business of being an author up a gear to become an authorpreneur.
The Amateur Authorpreneur will describe, using the What, Why Where, When, Who & How template, the process of taking the first steps into combining the craft of being an author with the business of marketing your work.
Here are some beta reader comments:
"Aspiring authors will feel reassured that whatever their age or IT ability all of the skills needed to become an authorpreneur are achievable."
A non-author beta reader said,"I have discovered skills and tips that now helps me in both my personal and professional social media interactions"
An avid reader who enjoys the work of indie authors was,"amazed at what's involved behind the scenes."
Get your FREE copy by:
Subscribing to RPBP News here
Email firstname.lastname@example.org writing FREE Amateur Authorpreneur in the subject line.
If you are already subscribed you are half way there!
Book 3 coming soon!