Self-publishing your book is no easy feat. Your hard work isn’t finished when you type “The End” — you still have to think about book design, marketing, and sales.
Then, if you want to write another book and self-publish it, the process starts all over again.
Chandler Bolt says he fought for every C-minus in English class. But he became a best-selling self-published author.
How? He studied. A lot.
And now, he’s teaching others how to successfully self-publish.
Our editor Lisa Rowan sat down (virtually) with Bolt to talk about the biggest mistakes he sees self-publishers making — and how this year’s summit can help you avoid those mistakes.
Want to learn how to avoid these self-publishing mistakes?
Want your first self-published book to set you up for business success?
If you attended last year’s free Self-Publishing Success Summit, you know how valuable this event is. This year, more than 40 speakers will share tips and advice for writing, marketing and publishing your first book.
In fact, you’ve probably heard of some of the writers and marketers who are presenting: Barbara Corcoran from ABC’s Shark Tank; Gretchen Rubin, author of best-seller The Happiness Project; and entrepreneurship expert and author Gary Vaynerchuk.
The summit begins Sunday, June 12, and since it’s both free and online, you don’t have to feel guilty about only attending talks that fit into your schedule.
See you there!
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