We like to help as many authors out as we can by providing exceptional author services. Although you can also book coaching calls with us, we can imagine that you don’t always have the time for this and your coach might not always be available when you are. That’s why award nominee, bestseller author, and co-founder off Cutting Edge Studio J. Sharpe decided to write “Publish”. It’s a straightforward guide to writing, publishing and promoting your book. In the book you will learn current information about publishing which are broken down into simple, doable, actionable steps. If you are self-publishing a book, this book is an incredible map and checklist all rolled into one handy manual. And if you have any questions after reading the book or need some one-on-one coaching, you always have that option. Is self publishing worth it? We think so.
Are you planning on self-publishing your book but don’t know where to start? Do you feel overwhelmed by everything you need to do in order to successfully upload and market your book the right way?
Let this book be your light in the dark!
In this book, Cutting-Edge-Studio.com founder, award nominee and bestselling author J. Sharpe is pulling back the curtains. After traditionally publishing 13 novels, he decided to self-publish the international translations of his novels. He also started an author services company with a team of professionals that help authors on a daily basis with their cover designs, book descriptions, book trailers, editing, formatting, and much more. Now, finally, he wrote down everything he has learned about the business in this handy right- to-the-point guide.
This book is the best place to start if you want to learn about publishing and selling your book.
Inside, you’ll discover:
Traditional publishing versus self-publishing (and a secret third option)
Top tips on self-publishing
Is self publishing worth it
Why your conversion factors (cover, blurb, price, reviews, look-inside feature) are so important
How to beat the Amazon algorithm
How to write a well-converting book description
How to get more reviews
Ways to market your book
How to go from 0 to 2000 newsletter subscribers within 3 months
How to increase your chance of success
And much, much more!
Plus useful links to the best book promo sites and resources, including discounts and coupon codes.
Intrigued? Then get Publish today and go from zero to hero in just a few weeks.
Amazon Customer Reviews:
This short, tightly written book is exactly what aspiring indie authors need to read.
It is a very valuable resource and reference guide for anyone planning to self-publish a fiction or non-fiction book. I liked the author's clear, no-nonsense advice on how to navigate the complex process of becoming an indie author.
I particularly appreciated the References section at the end, which provides links to a host of useful resources to help would-be authors, including how to put together a newsletter and write a book description (blurb). This chapter alone is worth the purchase price.
I've seen many publishing guides out there, and I enjoyed J. Sharpe's the best so far because it takes out the fluff and gets right into publishing. There are a lot of great tips here. If you are thinking about self-publishing, this is an excellent book for the price. You won't be disappointed.
This is an excellent book that details how to publish and market your book and if you are a new and aspiring author looking to self-publish, you need to get this book! It goes into great detail, step-by-step processes into everything related to producing a good quality book, cover, blurb, social media and marketing. I wish this book had been written earlier so I could have done it the right way!
Naturally, after enjoying his thrillers, it only made sense to pick this up. This book was very practical and informative.
It walks through the process of publishing from editing, launching and marketing with decent looks at each. While it's not comprehensive on everything, no book can be, it goes into some intricacies that others over look and skip. Personally, I had to pay thousands for courses for some of this info, so this is a great way to save money and a headache.
It walks the reader through in a way easy to understand, but doesn't lecture you, very down to earth. It can be picked up and skimmed for refreshing or sharpening of skills for most self-published authors. I'm definitely going to use this for my marketing plan.
Warning! If you don’t want to be a successful author, this is not the book for you!