You’ve written your book and found a publisher. Now it’s time to decide on your book’s metadata. This is where keywords and keyword phrases become crucial to finding your book.
Author: Paul Brewster
Metadata is crucial when it comes to identifying your book. Good metadata allows readers to find books of interest to them. The better your book’s metadata, the more likely it is a reader will find your book and buy it.
Well structured stories engage the reader and keep them interested. Well paced stories have a good hook, an inciting event, a key event, and well-defined plot lines.
Entrepreneurs are turning to self-publishing to convey information about their company to interested readers.
Authors can engage an editor to edit content, copy edit, or proofread their manuscript. Each has their specific benefits.
A great cover design can mean a sale. Isn’t this what every author wants?
There is an art to gaining the reader’s interest from the opening chapter.
There is no reason to think you cannot be successful self-publishing your book.
After you have published your book, think about using these 3 approaches to marketing it.
It almost goes without saying today, that should an author wish to be successful, they need to spend time, effort, and money marketing themselves and their book. The road to success requires the author to be proactive.