If you ever thought that self publishing meant you had to publish your book all alone — I’m here to tell you that your assumption is wrong.
As a matter of fact, if you don’t use some kind of team to support your project, your book may not do very well.
Self publishing tools and services like Amazon and DIY templates have made self publishing so much more accessible to wellness entrepreneurs like you and I. However, there are some instances where you should be interacting with another human for some book projects so that you create the best book possible.
Today’s episode is all about creating a self publishing team that helps you to win. The list given is simply a suggestion as not all entrepreneurs will have the budget to hire all the people on my list. Who you need to work with depends upon the kind of book you want to publish and how much you want to spend.
Here is a short list of 8 roles you may want to think about as support in writing, publishing, and marketing your book:
YOU, the writer: team leader, your vision!
Subject Matter Experts: do interviews or find secondary research sources like books or journals
Editors: developmental, copyeditors, line editors
Book Formatter: format your book to be read online or in print
Cover Designer: graphic artist or illustrator
Beta Readers: people who can give you advice on how to improve your book
Marketing Team: find people who can help you get the word out
Sales Tools: tools to help you sell and distribute your book
Digital File Types: mobi (most popular file, used for Kindle), epub (file used for other digital readers)
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Halona Black is a Ghostwriter, Editor, and Content Strategist. She helps physicians and medical professionals position themselves for lucrative opportunities as a speaking, authorship, and consulting. Connect with her on Linkedin.
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