Service Providers of the
Rocky Mountain Writer's Summit™
The Rocky Mountain Writer's Summit™ brings
together all the resources every author needs to succeed.
- Meet and learn from Publishing Services Providers such as editors and graphic artists.
- Learn about helpful software products. Find financing for book projects.
- Receive advice from those have gone before down the publishing path.
- Listen to published authors tell you how they broke into the publishing business and which pieces of their path are duplicatable and which are not!
- More education available from web designers, SEO experts, branding experts, writing coaches, printers, publishers, life coaches, social media experts, Kindle publishers, and other experts willing to give you valuable insight into your publishing project!
Rocky Mountain Writer's Summit™ Service Providers
Do you need the services of any of the following publishing professionals?
Would you like to know:
- What these services cost?
- What those services look like?
- What to expect from that service provider?
- If you really need the services?
- Ways to prepare your project for maximum efficiency of the service?
- Possible things you can do to reduce the fees they charge?
- The top 10 things you need to know before you hire this type of service provider?
Learn from all these service providers...
Their job at the Rocky Mountain Writer's Summit is to teach...
To teach you how to spend your publishing dollar wisely and create
the most profitable and enjoyable book project
and career as an author possible.
All this and much more will be available to you on April 28, 2012 in Lone Tree Colorado.
Mark your calendars for this free* event runs from 9am - 5pm and will feature 30 local authors telling their path to being published and feature over 25 service providers most authors need to get started and to create a best-selling book.
The publishing business is vast and can be overwhelming - come learn more about it from the people who work in it every single day and want to give back to a creative community of authors!
*free - a donation of $5 per person at the door will be collected to donate to Habitat for Humanity! Last year, we donated over 3000 meals to the Food Bank of the Rockies!
Writer's Summit Tip #31:
Make at least 3 Amazon.com Listmania lists that include your book and at least 10 other books:
Books in your genre (bestsellers preferably, classics next, your favorites last)
Books that you reference in your book (use your recommended reading, resources or bibliography information)
Books that your readers like (whether they are in your genre or not)
Writer's Summit Tip #6:
Write a sub-title for your book. Test it for usefulness. Does it tell people what to expect when they open the book? Can you tell if it is a novel or a biography, historical, current or futuristic? Can they tell the general topic of the book instantly? They need to be able to. You have about 2 seconds with a potential customer, when they take your book off the shelf and browse it. If they don't like it, they'll put it back within 2 seconds. Don't believe me? Go to your favorite bookstore and watch the customers.
See the case study about Promise of Whale Song if you want to understand where this tip came from.
The Rocky Mountain Writer's Summit ™ is brought to you by:
Books To Believe In™
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EJ Thornton and
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