Feeling overwhelmed by the need to market your book? Try breaking the process down into baby steps – a system that Cathy Dudley found worked for her, as she describes with a case study here.
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Wise and kindly counsel for any indie author who has ever felt overwhelmed or burned out by the constant pressures of being an authorpreneur and a writer, by author and bookseller Patti Brassard Jefferson.
How to plan your indie author career with realistic goals that reflect your true ambitions and without getting overwhelmed or stressed
ALLi partner member Ellie Stevenson, strategic coach and author, considers a different kind of teaching that will encourage “stuck” self-published writers to keep going: strategic intervention. Her imagined conversation with a client explains how this works.
With the freedom of being an indie author comes an unavoidable side order of pressure: pressure to make all your books the best they can be, to publish your books to professional standards, and then to do all you can to market them. If we’re not careful, we end up with an infinite to-do list, […]