So you’re thinking about self-publishing a book.
You’ve heard self-published authors can make more money, control the content and design, and have better access to marketing data.
But self-publishing a book can be daunting. There are so many factors involved: writing, editing, formatting, finding a cover designer, uploading to Amazon, setting up a sales page, and promoting your book.
Self-publishing, also known as indie publishing, is not for the faint of heart.
But sometimes the overwhelm comes from not understanding how the process works.
In this week’s episode, we remove some of the overwhelm by talking with James Blatch, who has been helping authors self-publish for years.
- Which tasks you need to focus on at the beginning of your career
- Which tasks you must learn later
- Which task you need to begin long before you publish
- How to get your book on Amazon without paying someone else thousands of dollars