Finding the right professional help is a challenge for self-published authors. In this compendium Mark Dawson, an Amazon best-seller, has put together a categorised list of pros who can make your book shine.
A mailing list is the most powerful marketing tool that any creative professional has at his or her disposal. In this short guide, you will learn how to leverage the immense power of simple and cost effective Facebook Ads to add readers to your list.
The book covers all the essentials including how you can harness the laser targeting offered by the Facebook Ads platform. You will also be given access to a three part video masterclass where the exact process that you need to follow to set up your first ads is explained in detail, with detailed screenflows and commentary.
Want to learn how to use Amazon ads to find readers and sell more books?
There are plenty of advertising options for savvy authors who want to build their publishing careers. Amazon Marketing Services ads might have the most potential. They enable authors to reach readers looking to buy books on the world's biggest online retailer. And, unlike other platforms, those readers are already looking to buy and can do so with just one click.
This book, written by two leaders in the field of book marketing - Mark Dawson and Joseph Alexander - sets out precisely how Amazon ads can work for you.
Also includes a free instructional video masterclass written and presented by Mark Dawson, the founder of the Self Publishing Formula.
Want to write a book that readers won't be able to put down?
Editor Elizabeth Bailey and bestselling author Mark Dawson bring you the qualities necessary to turn your book into an addictive reading experience that your fans will love. From keeping your story simple to staying in the character's head, Elizabeth and Mark will take you through the essential steps to creating propulsive and entertaining fiction.
Also includes an additional book: 'Musings From the Writer's Desk'
Handing your writing over to an editor can be a terrifying experience.
But it doesn’t have to be.
In this book for authors, Jenny McIntyre and Mark Dawson set out the critical benefits of a good editor. With her vast experience editing books from writers at all levels of experience, McIntyre will guide you through the process. Crucially, you will learn how to be a good client for an editor and how you can get the very best out of the experience.
The book is full of practical tips and lessons and includes sample contracts that you can use.