As a business owner, chances are your schedule is so full that writing a book is on your 5- to 10-year plan, at best.
If you find yourself yearning for a taste of the simpler life in our over-stimulated, over-worked, and over-stressed society, you’re sure to find escape in the pages of Karen Barbee’s new book, The 406 Table.
Every self-published author has different goals for their book.
Self-publishing a business book is no small feat.
The writing process alone requires time, vulnerability in sharing your mistakes and successes, and a solid takeaway plan for your readers. Toss in the self-publishing process, and chances are you’ll be learning a new form of entrepreneurship entirely.
The new decade has arrived, and with it comes new self-publishing trends.
Size matters when it comes to marketing your self-published book.
At Steuben Press, we’re no strangers to working with business leaders and coaches who want to take their know-how from the office to the page so they can reach more people.
Finding a publisher for your first book is hard. Really hard. There are something like 300,000 books released each year in the US by traditional publishers, but far more are being submitted to those publishers. Only a fraction of query letters and manuscripts will be read, and only a fraction of those will be considered for publication.
When building a social media strategy for your self-published book, it’s important to know that the audiences for each platform you use (Facebook, Instagram, etc.) each have a different need from your posts.
As a self-published author, it’s likely that you’ve faced rejection from prospective publishers before. It’s just part of the business.