When you’re writing a book on taxes, saving money for retirement, real estate, the stock market, or anything that’s fairly “specialized” there’s a entirely unique approach for money and finance authors and a lot of it starts with their platform.
Your book is a tool, but your expertise really carries the message across the finish line.
Because like any kind of non-fiction – money and finance authors need to first come to terms with the fact that no one cares that you wrote a book.
People want to know how your book can make them smarter, better with money, save more for retirement and so on, and that’s where we come in.
Our initial call is an intake call, meaning that I’m going to pepper you with lots of questions – both because I want to get to know you, your book and why you wrote it, but I also want to know how your book can stand out from the other thousands of books out there on this same or similar topic.
We never treat our authors like a number. That’s a little humor for you money and finance authors!
But seriously, we love to dig into your topic, create a spin for readers that you may not have thought of, and push your message to new readers.
For you to be successful, you need to be engaged in your own success. And I don’t necessarily mean that you have to be on every social media site or working every minute of every day on your book – but you should be doing something to help push your message along to support your brand.
There are 4,500+ books being published each day in the United States – and while it’s not always an easy journey, it’s one we know well and we’ll guide your book promotion with honesty and integrity.