SPF-068: How to get started in Self Publishing – with Mark Dawson


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What happens after an indie author types THE END? Mark and James talk to several self-published authors about the journey from finished manuscript to published book, covering topics such as the importance of a durable author platform, solid launch strategies and the self publishing community.

This week’s key highlights:

  • Why building an author platform matters
  • How the Self-Publishing 101 course breaks the vast amount of information indie authors need to learn down into manageable chunks
  • The value of a supportive community for new authors
  • Important book launch strategies that Mark includes in the 101 course
  • The important mindset shifts for indie authors

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PODCAST EPISODE: Last week’s podcast episode on the cost of publishing

COURSE: Self-Publishing 101, enrollment open for a few more days

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