A great book event can help you sell more books, get the attention of media, and connect with potential clients and customers. We’re sharing some of the things we’ve learned from the best–and the worst–book events we’ve attended.
Whether they admit it or not, most authors want to sell a lot of books. There’s nothing wrong with that, and in fact we encourage authors to sell as many books as possible.
But how many books is a lot for you? (Only you can decide.)
And what else will you do with your book?
Those are questions you should answer before you write your book–but it’s never too late. If you wrote your book years ago, or you’re just getting started, you need clear and specific goals for what it will do for you and for your readers.
In this video, we explain why every author must have goals for
The action your readers will take
Who you’ll be as an author
Even if you wrote your book as a source of income, those last two goals could turn out to be much more important than book sales.
Watch the video above to find out more about how to set and achieve these important book goals.
Don’t fall into the common trap of believing you can’t promote your book anymore just because you published it a few years ago. You need to keep getting the word out long after your launch period comes to an end. We show you how in the video.