You want to get published. You want to control the future of your inking and your writing career.
I wish to show you how to walk over the head of Traditional Publishing and Self-Publish your manuscript – whether you’re a published author, entrepreneur, corporation, professional, or absolute newcomer to writing.
In this second edition of Self-Publishing Successfully, he empowers you to publish your own work with minimal risk and maximum profits.
Complete step-by-step guidance on publishing and marketing a book
Ways to leverage social media marketing to build your platform and make yourself stand out from the crowd
A thorough explanation of the difference between POD self-publishing, subsidy publishing, and true self-publishing – and how to decide which is the best option for you
Practical advice on making the decision between offset printing and print-on-demand
How to leverage the Internet to create “buzz” and promote your book with killer PR
The latest information on e-publishing
A detailed marketing plan and timetable to keep you on track
Proven marketing strategies to get free publicity, reach nontraditional buyers, and sell books
Information-packed appendices with marketing contacts, organizations, and vendors, complete with names, addresses, and websites
Valuable case studies and examples of how other publishers excel
An in-depth discussion of exclusive distributors, plus coverage of the most recent changes in bookstores and the book-selling industry
Thirty-one creative ideas for generating capital to launch your publishing company.
“Self-Publishing Successfully – The Pro Guide to Successful Authorship” is the one book you need to take control of your writing career.
Jaachi Anyatonwu is a poet, editor, and publisher living in the suburbs of Aba. He is the author of numerous poetry chapbooks and collections, and the Editor-In-Chief of Poemify Publishers Inc. Jaachi is passionate about discovering new voices and mentoring emerging poets. He is also a fierce advocate for the boy child and sexually molested.
The Boys Are Not Stones Initiative (BANSI), is a movement founded by John Chizoba Vincents, Maazị Jaachị Anyatọnwụ, Adéwálé Àlàdé Ebubechukwu Nwagbo and Onyemaechi Maxwell Opia-Enwemuche in 2018 to highlight the ignored plight of the boy child.
Every father was once a boy. How well or badly the boy child is groomed will determine the kind of father he becomes. Fathers are men who have been threre for us when we need support and advice. They teach, they love, they support, they pick us up when we fall and give us the encouragement we need.
Marketing yourself as a poet may be a daunting task, but there are strategic steps you can take to be a successful poetprenuer, have your voice heard, put your name in print and tattooed in the hearts of every generation.