There are some serious myths floating around when it comes to traditional publishing. The top 3 reasons people think they want a traditional or "big name" publisher are...
"I could write chronologically about my life, but I didn't know how to take what I wanted to share and teach and infuse it, and take what I've learned over the years and let me voice come through."
Does it excite you to imagine readers feeling over-served by your content? Jacqueline Hopper shows how she did just that through her latest book...
Is there Really an ROI in Book Publishing?
When it comes to becoming an independently published author, have you ever wondered: “Can I make back the investment?” If so, this post is for you...
How to Publish a Bestselling Book (Pt 3)
7 common myths when it comes to book writing and publishing (myths that too often STOP people from writing or publishing their book!)
How to Publish a Bestselling Book (Pt 2)
Let's talk about book cover design! In order to release a respectable, high-quality, book, it's critical to regard book cover design as the art and science it is...
How to Publish a Bestselling Book (Pt 1)
Discover five costly book publishing mistakes to avoid to streamline your approach, save you time and frustration, and increase your credibility as an author.
Fear of Writing a Book
Do you want to write and publish a successful book? Do you want to stop ditching your idea because you feel like an imposter? And stop worrying that people may see you as a "fraud?" Today's post is about getting past Imposter Syndrome.
8 Pros and Cons of Traditional Book Publishing
So often, I hear authors ask, "How do I get a big publisher interested in my book?" By "big publisher," they mean publishing groups such as Penguin, Harper Collins, and Chronicle Books. I love this question because it allows me to dispel some myths when it comes to traditional publishing.
Different Types of Book Publishing
Perhaps you're at the beginning of your book writing journey, wondering how to get all 87,367 thoughts out of your head and onto the page. Or, maybe you're writing or even in the editing process and you're wondering, "What's next?"