So I am working on my first fiction book. I somehow stumbled across this book: Layer Your Novel on Amazon. I’m really impressed by it so far. At the end of each chapter, there are activities to help you use what you learned in that chapter. You can purchase your copy by clicking on my affiliate link at the end of this post.
It might just be the most stressful decision you ever have to make: how to set your rates.
You’ve got the competition to consider, your own skill set, what you perceive to be your skills (yes, this is different from the former for most of us), what your market will pay, your location, and a host of other variables. Working it out can feel like a hurdle you can’t quite get past.
Of course, there are some strategies you can employ. You can just pick a random price that you like. You could also decide what you want to make per month and then figure out how much you need to charge per piece to get to that number. I have a calculator that can help with this on my site at www.writerresourcesite.com.
But what about all those other questions? Creating a solid pricing structure requires you to do a little more digging. So with your starting number in line, take a look at:
This is part 2 of my series on book publishing. If you missed the first one, click here to read the first part of the series. Now on to the Post #2.
Want to write a book but not sure how to get the job done? There are many different options for people who want to see their name on the cover of a book. Being an author does not mean the same thing to every person.
There are many ways to write a book. You can wing it. You can sit down at your computer and just start writing. Many people take that approach. In the world of fiction writing theyre called pantsters because they write by the seat of their pants.
However, there are other types of writers too. They are called plotters. They essentially plan their book before they write it. Whether youre writing fiction or non-fiction, there are many benefits to outlining and planning your book before you write it.
If you want to survive in internet marketing, you must have content. If it’s one thing that Google has been consistent about, it is that you must have unique, high quality content on your website. Not only does having this content please Google, it also helps your website seem more useful to your website visitors and potential clients. How do you create this content if you’re not a writer? One thing you can use to help make creating content easier is to use private label content. This article will give you more information about how to use private label content to create useful content for your website.
Calling all authors! If you have been interested in learning how to make money publishing on the kindle, save this date. On May 6th, 2014 at 10:00 AM EST, I will be co-hosting a webinar with Kristen Eckstein about publishing on the Kindle. You may remember that she was one of my featured speakers during my telesummit a while back. Why should you listen to Kristen?
- She published 18 Kindle books in 18 weeks.
- Several titles hit the Best Sellers list
- She got calls from experts and international magazines for interviews
If you’ve ever wanted to write a short report, but didn’t know how, this ebook is the book for you. Write That Report is only 28 pages long, but it packs in a lot of information in that short space. This ebook only costs $7. You’ll probably spend that eating out this week. You owe it to yourself to check this book out. Selling other people’s products is nice, but once you can create your own reports, you’re in the driver’s seat. You can get your copy of Write That Report today by clicking on the words Write That Report in this blog post.