Join us this Thursday, July 16th, for the second installment of our Summer Online Seminar Series.
If you plan to self-publish and you want to compete in the marketplace, your book needs to be as good as the books coming out of the largest publishing houses.
The traditional publishing industry universally agrees on five steps every published book must undergo to improve quality and profitability. As a self-publisher, you can replicate these five key steps to produce a top-quality book.
At 7pm ET Thursday evening, Brad Pauquette will explain these five steps, along with tips and best practices for ensuring quality results. This information will save you time and heartache, and it will make your project dramatically more successful.
Brad is an accomplished publishing consultant and the author of The Self-Publishing Handbook. His work has spanned more than a decade, working with authors of all types, from working parents to New York Times bestselling and award-winning authors.
Sign up for this Thursday’s seminar here. The live, interactive broadcast will begin at 7pm ET via Zoom. You may also watch the recorded video for one week following the seminar.
Due to COVID, we’re offering it at a special discounted rate of just $30 (regularly $59):
Note that we’ll send the link to the seminar to your PayPal address, unless you provide an alternate address at checkout or contact us at email@example.com.
If you can’t make it on Thursday, you can watch the video for up to a week after the event. Register now, and we’ll send you the link to the recorded video as soon as it’s available.
If you’d like to save even more money, you can register for the complete series of four summer seminars for just $99. In the series, you’ll learn the Three Publishing Paths, how to write an amazing query letters, and how to identify your next steps to find great publishing opportunities. Use the button below to register. We’ll send you the link to the recording of the first seminar (“The Three Publishing Paths”) as soon as we receive your registration.