Figuring out how to market a book with self-help authors is a really creative process, and one my team and I really enjoy.
And if you were to stop by my house and review my library you’d see a lot of self-help.
I’m kind of a self-help junkie (just take a look at my Goodreads page if you don’t believe me!), and self-help authors play a really important role in the mental health of our society.
But the thing about the genre is that there’s a lot in it. Lots of advice on how to be better, think positive, or succeed in one form or another. And while it’s all great, sometimes standing out from this (often) noisy crowd, can be rough.
During our initial call I’ll be asking you lots of questions, because I need to get to know you, your book, and why you wrote it.
Also, I want to know how and why your approach is different from the other hundreds of self-help authors out there and the hundreds of self-help books that get released every day.
Sometimes self-help authors get too close to their own message to really stand out, and that’s where we come in.
In over 20 years of being in business one of the biggest things I’ve learned, is that while self-help authors may be unique, and a cut above, no one will know that until you tell them.
No one cares that you wrote a book, they want to know what the book can do for them — and that’s what we do.
We create custom book marketing and publicity packages for self-help authors that include your goals, and your budget – and within that, I’ll always share my vision for the work.