Deepen Yourself – Waking to the World Within

In this book, Jeffrey J.S. Knowles challenges us to think deeply about our lives. We are surrounded by a rich, fascinating and sometimes confusing World. Yet great conversations with others can reveal avenues of investigation that can benefit every reader of the book. So how can we think more deeply about the issues that most concern us? You’ll find answers and ideas in “Deepen Yourself – Waking to the World Within”. Jeffrey J. S. Knowles is a teacher, an artist and a sustainable energy enthusiast. In this book he reveals Read More …

The Power of personality Archetypes to your book story.

Hello Fearless Writers! Have you ever been stuck trying to figure out the characters for your book? What the protagonist should be like, how should they act; what the hero or heroine should be like, and what makes them tick? If yes, then we have the answer to your problem. Learn how real people act and translate this to your books characters, using personality archetypes. We all have story we live inside. It’s so real to us that we don’t regard it as a story – it’s our truth. Have Read More …

Which Social media platform is good for selling their book?

We often get asked by authors, which Social media platform is good for selling their book. Here is a great article that will help you decide. “When it comes to designating your primary social media channel, look for a place where you can build loyal fans and sell more books. In marketing, those two go hand in hand. You have to engage where you sell for maximum results. You won’t win the right to sell without building loyalty and connection first, though. After you build a reputation as a giver, Read More …

Things never to do concerning your books Metadata?

Some authors think if they copy a successful book it will help their book: so the question then becomes? Why not pump up metadata with terms like “Harry Potter” or “Game of Thrones”—something related to another publisher’s bestselling book to get more page views? You could also describe the book in more vague ways to create mystery surrounding it. Ultimately, these are bad strategies because books can then be miscategorised, leading to inaccurate results. Even worse, customers can be left feeling misled, buying a book they never wanted, getting a Read More …

10 things authors miss about marketing their book

1: Forgetting that social media is social. Social media is for making friends, not direct sales. Make friends first then sales will come. 2: Failing to interact with readers and fellow writers as human beings, not objects of sales only. Approach your marketing with an attitude of genuineness, openness, and generosity. Put yourself in the other person’s shoes, do you like been sold something? Treat people with empathy not as sales. 3: Authors don’t start marketing their book early enough, It’s important to have a carefully thought out marketing plan Read More …

Book Marketing using Social Media for Emerging Authors

Most authors have traditionally used offline strategies to create buzz for their new book. These methods typically entail striving to gain coverage in local press, sending out press releases and holding public sessions to talk about the book. These methods are certainly costly and may not reach as many people as an emerging author may intend to. Social media has changed this, and emerging authors can now access millions of potential readers and buyers. Through a well created website, an emerging author is able to connect to his readers, understand Read More …

Easy Way To Publish For Emerging Authors

In the recent past, the only viable option available to emerging authors seeking to publish their books was to use the services of a traditional publisher. Emerging authors often lamented about the difficulty of getting their books even approved by the traditional publishers. On the other hand traditional publishers are still apprehensive about the sales of new writers’ books and are reluctant to take the risk. However a new trend, self-publishing, has opened up a platform for new authors to bring their literary work to the public. Why should an Read More …