Examples of Great Customer Testimonial Statements
Great Customer Testimonials Must Contain The Following: 1. It should explain to your buying audience about how they will benefit from reading your book. 2. It should speak directly and specifically to your audience’s need (the reason that they are buying your book). 3. They are short and get directly to the point in just a few sentences. 4. They are signed with a customer’s name, title, employer, city, and state. 5. The ultimate testimonial will also have a photograph attached to it.Self Publishing A Book – Don’t Do It
Self-publishing – just don’t do it. The internet is awash with self-publishing companies. Printers with idle presses, and entrepreneurs peddling false dreams…Publishers – A Rant
Do you ever feel more than rejected by a rejection letter? I do, and I feel it doesn’t have to be that way. With a few small changes, a compromise could be reached.Publish an E-Book on Amazon – The Rise of The Author
Amazon’s Kindle has leveled the playing field for all authors. No one but you will stand between you and your dream of being a published author. Maybe it’s time to take that old novel out of the drawer where you’ve kept it hiding, dust it off, clean it up and submit it for publishing on Amazon. Only you can stand in the way of your dreams in this day and age.Tips for First-Time Christian Authors
Being a writer is in my blood. My dad is a writer and has authored several books. I graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in English and I have a pretty good background in writing. I have designed several training program manuals and other corporate communication materials. However, my gift in writing reached its full potential after I got reborn. I just could not stop writing about my experiences as a changed person as well as revelations I was receiving from God.How to Handle a Negative Review of Your Book
It happens to every author eventually. You may have your name or book titles set up in Google Alerts to monitor publicity, and a link appears to a review of your work. Nervous and excited to know somebody actually took the time to buy, read, and review your book, you click through to read but your spirit soon plummets. Somebody has indeed read your book, and not only didn’t like it but decided to let the world know why.Do You Have What It Takes to Be an Indie Publisher?
If you are considering indie publishing (self-publishing) here are some thoughts for you to consider. As someone said, “it ain’t easy.” It isn’t easy, but the rewards are worth it. Join me in becoming a proud indie publisher.Is My Idea Really A Good Idea For A Book?
I receive lots and lots of queries and questions regarding the idea of a what makes a good book. People want to know if I’ll accept their book idea for publication. How do I know what is good or not? How should an author know if they have a good idea or not?Digital Vs. Physical: Print Books and Physical Presence Being Replaced?
As digital pictures posted online haven’t done away with physical photographs and paintings to appreciate in physical settings, electronic books cannot totally replace or do away with the need for printed books. Also, emails and text messages are an addition to, not an ultimate replacement for, face to face interaction. A digital world doesn’t replace the need for the physical one; we, as humankind, can and should continue to leave room in our lives for both.Self Publishing – How To GET A Book Published Yourself On Amazon Kindle
Sick of Waiting to Hear From the Publishers? How to publish a book yourself on Amazon Kindle Direct Publishing.