Publishing & Marketing Realities for the Emerging Author

About the Author: Christine Rose

Award winning author of the Rowan of the Wood YA fantasy series Needs copious amounts of dark chocolate, frothy mochas, and silent solitude.She wrote the Rowan of the Wood fantasy series with her husband Ethan, and she wrote a nonfiction book titled Publishing and Marketing Realities for the Emerging Author Between 2010 and 2014, also wrote romance and horror, mostly Steampunk, under the name O.

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  • 09 June 2017

Publishing & Marketing Realities for the Emerging Author Whether You Have Finished Your First Manuscript, Have Several Books Published, Or Have Just Sat Down With A Great Idea For A Book, If You Are A Writer, This Book Is For You Choose The Best Publishing Path Based On Your Individual Goals Coordinate Your Marketing Tasks And Writing Obligations See How They Can Work Together Launch Your Writing Career Without Ever Leaving Your Home Office Discover The Four Fold Approach To Maximize Your Twitter Success Avoid Common Publishing Pitfalls Expand Your Networks And Increase Your Internet Presence Improve Your Knowledge Of Social Media And How To Best Use These Virtual Tools To Market Yourself And Your Books Learn How To Automate Your Social Networks To Work While You Write Understand The 4 Marketing Maxims To Increase Your Marketing Success Helpful Checklists And Resources To Keep You Organized And On Task Build Your Brand Online And Drive Traffic To Your Website Get 3 Checks A Month From Join The EBook Revolution Christine Rose Shares What She S Learned The Hard Way From Starting With An Indie Press, Through Self Publishing, To Finding A NY Agent And Playing With The Big Boys No Nonsense No Tiptoeing She Tells It Like It Is Christine Has Traveled Coast To Coast Promoting Her Work, Along The Way Becoming A Social Networking Maverick And An Bestselling Author Her Marketing Efforts Sold Over Five Times Books In The Crucial First Year Than The Average Books Sells In Its Lifetime Publishing Marketing Realities Is Her Guide Around The Pitfalls En Route To Success Christine S Book Offers A Thorough, Fresh, And Honest Look At Both Traditional And Self Publishing Options Reading It Is Like Sitting Down And Having Coffee With A Good Friend Who S In The Know About The Publishing Industry Evelyn Lafont, Author Of The Vampire Relationship Guide, Volume One Christine Rose S Book Is Mandatory Reading For Anyone Who Is Thinking About Writing A Book, In Process Or Has Just Completed One As A Successful, Published Author, Christine Shares A Treasure Trove Of Information About Marketing And Publishing In A Witty, Concise Manner A Mind Boggling World Awaits Let Christine S Guidance Help You To Get Your Work Into The Right Hands Caroline Kirby, Emerging Author This Should Be Required Reading For Emerging Authors TS Tate, Freelance Editor.

10 thoughts on “Publishing & Marketing Realities for the Emerging Author

  1. Jerilyn Marler says:

    Thinking about publishing a book Don t do another thing until you read Publishing Marketing Realities It s absolutely terrific.I d have saved a whole lot of time and energy and money if I d read this book before I started down the self publishing path Having just gone through the process of working with and then with and finally creating my own print on demand imprint, I can tell you that Christine Rose tells it straight She s thorough, honest, and funny.This is no feel good you can do anything book Rose gives you the unvarnished truth about how hard it is to publish She might dissuade you If she does, you probably shouldn t try anyway But if after you learn what it takes you still want to press ahead, you will be ready You ll have clear next steps and be eager to take them I was thrilled to learn tha...

  2. Marc says:

    Publishing Marketing Realities is the perfect book for the emerging author If you re thinking about publishing traditional or self pub, Christine does a damn good job at breaking down things She even breaks it down by indie press and will literally show you the steps of how to upload a Kindle book to doing a POD.The reason I didn t rate it higher is that I m not an emerging author Well, I am and I m not While I recently released my book a few months ago, I have spent years trying to get into the industry I ve queried agents and publishers, read the blogs and books, and listened to the interviews I think if people at least do some of that, they ll be in the game a little bit.That s the problem with this book If you re a completely newbie who lives in a vacuum and just writes, this book will be perfect for you But if you pay the least bit attention to the things that go around you, you ll want At least, I did ...

  3. Tom Russell says:

    A most excellent, no nonsense, resource for aspiring authors in this rapdily changing world of publishing Whether you dream of seeing your name on the NYT Best Sellers list or merely want the satisfaction of seeing your opus in print, this book will spell out the steps you need to take.

  4. M.E. Kinkade says:

    The good thing about Christine Rose s book is that she is telling the truth that she lived The bad thing about this book is that, whether because the industry is changing too quickly or because Rose can only report on the way she s done things, it can be inconsistent, daunting, and overwhelming.I found a recommendation for Publishing Marketing Realities on an agent s blog, which seemed like a pretty solid endorsement Right from the start, I was surprised by Rose s definitively negative outlook on traditional publishing It seemed to be a case of the lady doth protest too much Granted, her concerns seem valid long, slow process designed to slow incoming writers down and keep them out but that negative view from the outset tainted my perception of the rest of the book She publishes through her own independent publisher, which she earnestly claims makes her something in between an indie publisher and a self publisher, all while claiming that self publishing no longer has such a stigma Rose does an excellent job of listing out her perceived pros and cons of each style of publishing, and it was a great beginner s guide to an overly complicated system I would have liked a clear analysis of the amount of money she spent creating her own press and marketing herself While she does drop dollar amounts periodically and they all seem absolutely astronomical , it s hard to get a sense of how muc...

  5. Larry Watts says:

    If you want to be a published author, READ THIS BOOK FIRST I have a large number of books in my library on the subject of publishing and marketing my books None have hit home as Rose s book does The book is the bible for independent authors who don t understand today s marketing and promotion world The author slams home the realities authors will face in getting their books to the reader, but offers real hope for those who are willing to see...

  6. Darren Sapp says:

    Rose offers a tremendous amount of information in one, compact book Much of the info is available by a quick Google search, but she weaves in her story for the reader to see that reality I recommend this, especially for those going the self...

  7. Rob Kennedy says:

    Not the best book I ve read for Authors, it s certainly written in an up beat style There are lots of ideas and comments for authors but none that I found totally new Probably best suited to a beginner.

  8. Regina Morris says:

    Fabulous book filled with a lot of great gems for anyone looking to publish a book.