How many reviews do I need before I start promoting and marketing? How many books should I have published? And how do I know if my books are ready?
In this course, Andrea will help you learn whether or not you and your books are ready for promoting. She'll touch on emotional, financial, and other areas of life that should be considered before you dig heavily into your marketing. Andrea will also teach you the best way to seek feedback on book covers, descriptions, and the content of your books.
USA Today bestselling author Andrea Pearson has published over two million words under three pen names, including 35+ novels, several nonfiction books, multiple novellas and short stories, and over a hundred articles for professional blogs and websites. She has been interviewed on the Science Fiction and Fantasy Marketing podcast, the Rocking Self-Publishing podcast, and the Author Hangout podcast. She has guest posted on JA Konrath’s A Newbie’s Guide to Publishing blog, and her tips have been mentioned several times on the Sell More Books Show. She was executive director for Indie Author Hub for a year and a half, and she is frequently invited to teach about successful indie publishing at conferences and conventions.
"Andrea Pearson has a solid knowledge of the indie marketplace. Her advice and help has proven invaluable as she nudged me to do the useful stuff I couldnít figure out on my own. It has really pushed me forward."
- Kevin J. Anderson, New York Times bestselling author of The Dark Between the Stars
"Andrea Pearson has done a great deal of research into the world of self-publishing and put that research to the test in her own career. Now she brings that knowledge to you in clear, easy-to-understand language. If you want to succeed as a self-published author, you will find her courses invaluable."
- Amelia C. Adams, bestselling author of sweet Western romance
- Tony Hernandez, author of The Devil's Blessing