Debonair’s Book Marketing Workshop

Introduction by Debonair Bookstore.

Now more than ever, writing and publishing a book has never been easier.

With advances in technology, the cost of publishing a book is just a fraction of what it used to be several years ago.

As easy as it is to now publish books, Authors have to do their own marketing. That is the reality of the publishing industry whether you get a publishing deal or you self-publish.

This means before you even write the first word on your book, you need to know how you intend to market and promote your book! If you already have a manuscript or have already published your book it’s not too late.

These days anyone can market globally using just a computer and their time. It may take effort, but it doesn’t need to cost you anything – and you might even enjoy it!

Generally accepted statistics indicate that about 96% of published books sell less than 1000 copies meaning that less than 10% of authors can make a living from publishing books.

However, these odds do not have to be stacked against you if you take time to prepare and learn from the experts.

For the first time in Nigeria, a bestselling author and the founder of Nigeria’s first online bookstore have teamed up to bring you success keys on how to sell 10,000 copies of your book using real-life gems that they have unearthed in the course of their experience in the book industry.

This workshop is targeted at aspiring authors, existing authors, consultants, speakers, professionals, publishing firms and anyone interested or related to the book industry.

For workshop fees and other details, follow this link:

http://debonairbookstore.com/bookblog/?p=287

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