Every Author Needs this Book
As a book author and publisher, I found this book a comprehensive how-to guide book which covers the details. If you are an author of any type of book (nonfiction or fiction children or adult), I encourage you get this book and follow the advice. As they say, "The devil is in the details." CLASS ACT includes the details that you need to successfully sell more books with personal appearances in the classroom or libraries. -W. Terry Whalin, Acquisitions editor/writerAward Winning Author Barbara Techel`s "Classy" How-To Takes the Sting out of Book Marketing
Class Act is an excellent way for authors to promote their message while selling more books. Its step-by-step guide prepares authors for selling their books at schools and libraries, including choosing the venue, effective public speaking, and filling the orders resulting from the events. It also answers one of the toughest questions: how to price your book so that you are neither charging too much, nor selling yourself short. -Dana Micheli, editorA Must Have for Writer's of Children's Books
Anyone who has ever written a children's book and wants to sell lots of them, must have this book. Written by someone who knows children's books because she has sold lots of them, this definitive guide covers everything, and I mean everything, there is to know about selling your book through school and library appearances. In an easy to read format, it discusses such important things as, what to present, how to find places to present, and how to pitch and promote, among other very useful information. -Allen Klein, Mr. Jollytologist and author
From the Author
Making personal appearances in and selling books to schools and libraries can be a wonderful source of revenue for an author.
To take full advantage of these unique settings to sell your book, you must first have a good overall understanding of how to market yourself and your book. That book must be of high quality, meaning it should be well-written, professionally edited and proofread, and produced to industry standards. Secondly, it helps to have the right tools at hand to help you easily promote and sell your book. That's where Class Act comes in.
In this book, I share everything I wish I'd known when I started out promoting my new books. I'm offering you what I learned through real-life experience in this handy collection of tips and how-to's, along with all the forms and other resources I developed along the way. I want to save you the learning curve: Someone should benefit from all that hard work!
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