Here are four reasons why (almost) every pastor should write a book and self-publish.
A lot of preparation and intentionality goes into making sure your nonfiction book isn’t a confusing jumble of thoughts, but a precisely aimed arrow that hits the bull’s-eye. The key to accomplishing this is by creating a book outline.
So, you’ve written a book and published it. That means, in the bluntest of terms, you need promote your self-published book. You need to to sell people on it. Without driving them crazy. Here’s how.
The ability to control your content and keep it in front of an audience makes self-publishing an appealing option worth considering.
Here are 5 ways you can kick writer’s block and get back to business.
One of the best benefits of self publishing is the book royalties. You’ll earn more per copy than you would through a publishing firm. Here’s how it works.
An “elevator pitch” is, at its core, a brief, concise, and convincing sales pitch for your book.
In days that seem stacked with tasks, making time to write can feel nearly impossible. But maybe it’s more about creating a habit than finding more time.