Stocking Your Book with Independent Stores

Now your book has gone to print and you have taken a breath, it’s the perfect time to look at how you, the publisher, can ensure your book is available in the places your reader likes to visit. When you self publish your book with Author Support Services it will go out through our distribution…

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Marketing Your Indie Book

It can be overwhelming working out where to start when marketing your book, and maybe even more so during the current COVID-19 pandemic. Our latest blog gives some great ideas for getting your book out there NOW, while all of us are inside. Let’s make it happen!

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Sales Page in a Non-fiction Book

You have a very good opportunity at the end of your non-fiction book to include a sales page of some kind. “A sales page?!” I hear you shout.  “How dare you!  I can’t force sales on my reader!  What a terrible thought! I am a decent person!  I am a writer!” Before you hang me…

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Cas McCullough Your Brilliant Un-Career

The Self-Publishing Rabbit Hole: lessons learned in book-writing Wonderland

This post was written by my delightful, driven and deeply committed client Cas McCullough and was originally published on casmccullough.com. I feel she’s perfectly captured the journey of growth and clarity that each author takes as their book slowly shows how it wants to be in the world. Have a read, it’s really worth five minutes…

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Grab your moment in the sun

Grab Your Moment in the Sun

The time around your book launch is critical. It’s the easiest time to get media, even though you are probably at your most exhausted. You’ve pushed and pushed to get your final edit done, then the proofreading, the design and the printing. Frazzled but elated, you’ve celebrated with a few well deserved champagnes at your book launch, and…

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