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How to Submit a Book for Publication

Once you’ve finished a manuscript for a book, it shouldn’t just stay as a file on your computer. It deserves to have a chance to get published. To make that happen, you’re going to want to know how to submit…

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EAN vs ISBN: What You Need To Know

When you're self-publishing a book, you'll often be given options to have an ISBN assigned to your published work. You might also be given an option to have an EAN assigned. These two numbers are essentially the same. There is…

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How To Publish an Autobiography

Our stories make us who we are. They shape us, and in doing so, they help us shape those around us as well. This is why your autobiography could be your best asset. If you've already written a manuscript that…

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7 Keys to Successfully Marketing Your Book

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Many new or aspiring authors seem to think that the goal is to get their book published. Once they succeed in doing this, they figure they have achieved the goal they had in mind and expect success to naturally follow.

The reality is that publishing your book is only half of an author’s battle. Unfortunately, unless you are an author with the clout of Steven King, your books are just not going to sell themselves.

Writers often have a strong aversion to the thought of being a salesperson, which is what they automatically think when they hear words like “marketing,” and “promotion.” It just feels unnatural to them and they run in the opposite direction.

The only trouble is that you might as well not bother publishing at all if you aren’t willing to invest either time or energy into promoting your book.

That being said, today we’re going to cover 7 steps to book marketing success. Use these tips as a guideline for your book, whether it has been published yet or not.

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