Friday, 19 February 2016

First ARC review for new authors guide The Intermediate Authorpreneur #RPBP

The countdown is on to release day 1st March for 
Book 3 
The What, Why, Where, When, Who & How Book Promotion Series
Pre-order special price 99c until release day!!

Extract from the first ARC review for 
The Intermediate Authorpreneur

"As usual, I found the book a riveting read. Not being an author myself, and never having had to get my head around the business of publishing, I was totally blown away by the amount of work you have to do on a regular basis.  I am in awe.  If I may say so, though, I think you present the information in a friendly informative way, and I think any budding authorpreneur would find your books invaluable. More power to your elbow." 

My ARC readers come from book clubs and author groups and as such they are not all authors, as you can see from the extract above. This makes the feedback even more crucial because if I can explain to a non-author how to create, set up and establish an author platform then the language and terminology is exactly where I wanted it to be; simple, easy to understand and practical to implement.
Everything in these books has been tested on my books and those of some of the authors at Rukia Publishing therefore the objectives, challenges, results and feedback is honest and it clearly demonstrates what can be achieved.
If you haven't caught up with this series yet here's what's in books 1 & 2.

Book 1 - FREE!
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.

Book 2 -99c!
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. 

Get your copies of Books 1 & 2 here

Let's work together to help new authors get established in the world of self-publishing!

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