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What authors should know about book publicity
So, you wrote a book. You’ve shared your expertise, story, your damn heart & soul, and even your hard earned money to get it done.
As an author, you’ve literally typed thousands upon thousands of words. Spent hundreds of hours getting your to your word count goal. You’ve gone through first round edits, copy edits, edit edits, and polishing.
You’ve spent months and maybe years working on your book. Then there’s the cover art, the formatting, fonts (who knew there were so many fonts), layouts, the ISBN, the e-book,
By now you are just so happy to have the thing done and just want your book out in the world so people can read it.
In order to make everything you’ve been through worthwhile, you need to prepare yourself for one more step.
Book publicity. Much like writing a book, it doesn’t just ‘happen’. Behind-the-scenes there’s a magician of a book publicist working on your author messaging, developing soundbites, creating angles for the media, targeting specific media outlets, collecting, and creating collatoral then finally pitching the media. At the Talent Squad, we book podcast tours for authors!
As a book publicist. Here’s what happens. I come in, synthesize your work, strip it right back, repackage it into messaging, and soundbites. Then i’ll target the right media outlets to pitch, and go after them to push your message, book and overall agenda out to the media for publicity.
Welcome to the whip-you-into shape world of the book publicity. You’re about to get you ‘media ready’ so you can show up as the author expert you already are. Having a book publicist in your corner means you’ll be able to handle the press like a pro, speak in soundbites, and reap the podcast book tour rewards.
However, much like the entire process of writing a book, book publicity doesn’t just ‘happen’. There’s a magician of a book publicist working away behind-the-scenes working on your campaign.
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Full Disclosure. As an author, soundbites are about to be your new best friend. Once you see them in action you’ll be begging us for more!