The old saying you can judge a book by its cover is rooted in truth! To get to the heart of why it’s true and why design plays such a major role in an author’s success, I invited the Chief Marketing Officer of 99Designs, Pamela Webber, to join us.
It was nearly midnight when I desperately tweeted to my 300 precious followers: Does anyone have any sort of literary agent connection they could hook me up with?
I had little to no idea how to go about getting the book burning inside me published. It felt impossible to get a publisher to bat an eye at little ol’ me. Because really, I had little to no platform and in order to win the lottery of a traditional publisher (nearly–if not all—every writer’s dream is to be picked up) I needed a platform.
Have you wondered what becoming a successful author actually takes, and if you can do it in both fiction and non-fiction? Our guest for today has authored 24 books, 14 in fiction and 10 in non-fiction.
Joanna Penn of The Creative Penn is here to talk about how she has created a personally-fulfilling and financially successful business as an author. We talk about her early days as a “corporate slave” and how she escaped her golden handcuff situation that so many others face but never leave.
If you’re an artist, creative, or writer who wants to make a living off your “art,” I have good news for you today.
Frank McKinley is a Tribe Writer and he recently let slip that he has sold 25,000 of his self-published books. He’s here today to talk about how this incredible feat, including valuable lessons on writing, publishing and failure. Frank’s journey as a writer began when he was very young, in fact he says he has been […]