Are You Missing Out On Opportunities To Market, Promote And Sell Your Business Building Book?
You're writing a book, and want to know the most time effective ways to promote it.
You want the confidence to tell people about it so that you no longer keep your book a secret.
You may be in the starting phases or already published, and want to use your book to grow your business and attract more clients.
You feel overwhelmed with all the different ways to promote your book, and want the step-by-step strategies that work.
You want to ensure that your book makes a bigger difference by reaching the people who need to read it.
You want to use your book as an effective marketing tool and are ready to do what it takes to get there.
You love the idea of simple daily tasks that will give you immediate results from your book.
30 daily book marketing tips, that will each take between 5 and 30 minutes to implement, so that you can fit them around your daily life and see immediate results.
These daily tips cover areas including blogging, podcasts, video, social media, networking, speaking, joint ventures, book launch, creating products, getting PR and more. You'll learn plenty of tips that will get you and your book noticed, and I anticipate you will select up to 10 that will work best for you.
Access to our private Facebook group where you can ask your questions, and get accountability, community support and motivation.
4 recorded webinars where I explore some of these topics in more depth - like creating compelling content, producing products from your book, how to launch and sell your book, and creating your bestseller plan
Recorded Ask The Book Mentor session where I answered the 2018 cohort's most pressing questions
Bonus Book Marketing checklist showing you everything you could do to market and promote your book at each stage
Bonus Interview with Helen McCusker to help you to maximise your PR
Bonus Book Launch Party Planner to ensure that your book with a bang!
I really enjoyed doing Karen’s 10,000 word challenge last summer. I’d planned to take the month out to write my book anyway, but being someone who is easily distracted, I knew it was going to be tough to stay on track during the month. Plus I know I enjoy recognition for my efforts, and with a book that all comes at the end once it’s published. The process of writing the book itself can be quite a solitary experience, and I was aware that this could actually sap my energy rather than fuel it. So I was delighted to be invited to join the challenge just at the very same time I was gearing up to knuckle down.
And it was exactly what needed. The framework reminded me what I was working towards, and gave me ideas to stay motivated. But best of all I loved the camaraderie of the other writers in the Facebook group, all working on different things but all working together. There was a tiny bit of competitive spirit, but mostly it was one of collaborative about support and about cheering each other on. That was fantastic. It was just so lovely to announce I’d managed 3,000 words that day or whatever the word count was, and feel I was telling people who really cared and who understood exactly what that meant to me.
I have stayed in touch with many of the other participants in the challenge and I know we will continue to support each other in our writing careers. We will also cheer loudly for each other when our books are published. Having the challenge made writing more fun and more productive and I’d thoroughly recommend it to anyone - beginner or experienced writer. For your first book or for your 50th.
Taking part in the 10,000 Word Summer Book Challenge has been motivating and supportive. Karen's depth of experience and her expertise shine through, while at the same time I was able to feel that no question was too simple to ask. The group were a great support for each other and I know that we will keep in touch. I have completed my book, and can't wait to tackle my next book idea. Highly recommended.
Karen's 10,000 words Book Challenge came at the perfect time for me. I so enjoyed her pre-work - the insightful questions and tips; the facebook group really helped me be accountable and the regular webinars had lots of really useful tips. The proof is in the pudding. By 31st August I had written 10,032 words and now I've published my book! Thank you Karen.
Karen’s 10,000 word challenge was just the incentive I needed to get started on writing my book – Confident Business Writing. The advice she gave via the webinars was extremely helpful and gave vital encouragement throughout the process.
The challenge helped me to get into the habit of writing every day and create a robust plan which enabled me to write over 18,000 words in the month. I also gained valuable knowledge of the publishing process, and the book has given me enhanced credibility as a writer and proofreader.
I wish I hadn't procrastinated for so long! I'd advise all would-be authors to get on and do it! It's a hugely satisfying thing to do and to see your name on the front cover as the author is reward for all the hard work.
Subsequently, I’ve been part of Karen’s Author’s Journey and have attended a number of her events which I’ve found very valuable in the post-publication process.
I seriously recommend the book writing challenge, even if you are just thinking that you need to start writing a blog or newsletter, let alone a book. Karen’s opening question ‘what do you want to be known for?’ was the challenge of the challenge for me and started a significant period of really working out the direction for my business.
As a result, I have more focus and vision for my business and this has definitely been a key to some successes this year.
Karen is always on hand and is very active in the group, so you get her advice and great tips for writing every day which will really build your confidence and make the whole idea of writing a book more approachable.
It is such great value, I would find it hard to understand why anyone wouldn’t want to do it!
Writing a book has been at the back of my mind for a while now. Karen knew this and every so often, when we either bumped into each other or were in contact, she would simply ask 'and how's that book coming along Rachel?'
I then needed to hear about the value of having a business book from other sources as well, until eventually this year's challenge came at the right time for me to get going.
Having waited so long to get started, I was determined to meet the challenge and beyond - and did it! I set my own personal challenge of 15,000 words - 1,000 words for each day that I was working in August - and did them. Thank you Karen for continuing to nudge me along.
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