Success in publishing requires more than just writing a great book. It requires people. People to publish your book, talk about it, buy it, and recommend it.
People. People. People.
Some authors struggle in their careers simply because they are isolated.
How do you connect with people who can help make your book successful?
My grandparents’ generation called this “winning friends and influencing people.” My generation calls it “networking,” which strikes fear in the hearts of many writers.
One essential tool to help you get comfortable introducing yourself as a writer and talking about your work is your pitch.
In this week’s episode, Thomas Umstattd interviews Lindsey Hughes, who is a pitch master, having worked with Disney and major animation franchises.
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