Should I Print in Premium Colour?

You’ll often see book reviews on the front page of a book or even on the cover. This is great ‘social proof’ that your book is worth a read – it’s much more powerful for others to say your work is good than it is for you to say it yourself. But how do those reviews get there before the book is even published? Our latest blog shows you exactly how to do it…

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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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Creating a Companion Course for Your Book

Books are great, don’t get me wrong (I have to say that on a book writing website), but what comes next? What if they love your book, your content and your concepts, but they want to learn more? What if they are looking for a deeper experience? A companion course could be the perfect way…

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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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From First-Time Writer to International Hachette Author

Our guest blogger this month is Catherine Molloy, author of Hachette’s The Million Dollar Handshake, which has been published in seven countries and has even been translated into Taiwanese!

Catherine says “Writing the material for my book as an indie author with Alex’s help opened up the doors to traditional publishing for me. The steps taken to create the material and use it successfully in my business ensured I was in a position to be noticed by a traditional publisher and achieve the success I have today.”

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