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  • Author:
    Joe Gregory
  • ISBN:
    1905430698
  • ISBN13:
    978-1905430697
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  • Publisher:
    Bookshaker (September 1, 2009)
  • Pages:
    210 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Marketing & Sales
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Although the table of contents is quite extensive, that does not take the place of an index, which the book doesn't have. I am a strong proponent of all nonfiction books having an index. This book should be on the shelf of every author who wants to avoid mistakes and make money.

The Wealthy Author book. Essential Tools, Tips, Checklists & Tests To Help You Make A Fulltime Income As A Non-Fiction Author The publishing game is changing. The playing field has been flattened

The Wealthy Author book. The playing field has been flattened. There has never been a better time to be a non-fiction author.

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How can a non-fiction author write a book using the Hero’s Journey as a format for their manuscript? In this podcast episode author Mark Bowser and publisher Bryan Heathman unpack how to use the Hero’s Journey as a format for a non-fiction book

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Bumand
Joe's book "The Wealthy Author" is just what I needed as an author, publisher and marketer. I enjoyed reading this book and learning to not only create better books, but how to determine whether or not an idea has merit. I have just read his book in the last week and now am already on chapter four of a new book. Yes, his book also showed me how to more organized and focused in my writing. I enjoyed his writing style as well as book details. He is also quick to respond to email questions. Joe is insightful and cares for his customers.

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Fararala
I liked this book. It is simple in its message. I found The Wealthy Author to be somewhat of a How To in terms of creating a book that is worthy of publishing.

There was a lot of information on self publishing too. Reading this book, gave me the confidence to go it alone. I have since published one eBook, have two more to be uploaded this week and Three "How To" books myself lined up for publishing and upload in 2013.

The Wealthy Author is a GREAT first place to start.
Garne
A few good tips topped off with the lot of fluff.
Whitegrove
The Wealthy Author is wildly over priced for a paper back book full of exclamation points and "you can do it" cheer leading. The authors appear to know what they are talking about, but are unable to write about it coherently without falling back on salesmanship. I bought the book, you don't have to continue to "sell" it to me on every page. Simply tell me what you have said is in the book.

Physically, the book is a graphic design horror: the cover is ugly; the margins are too small; the text is too big; the gutter is too small; the diagrams are crowded by text. While they encourage readers to get a good graphic designer to design the covers of the reader's books, they failed to take their own advice.

I don't mind books like this in general. There is good information buried in there. But it is really little more than a magazine article stretched and padded into something with enough pages to call a book. What galls me is the price. I wouldn't be nearly so critical if the book cost $12 - $16. But $22 at Amazon and a suggested retail of $25 is outrageous for a slim paperback like this. Reexamine that price point, folks!
Zetadda
Traditionally published and self-published authors alike will benefit from this handy guide. It provides a realistic plan for authors who truly want to sell books and make money. I enjoyed the irreverent tone of this easy-to-read book.

Divided into six practical steps, the first three cover coming up with a winning book idea and then getting it down on paper. Even those with a book already in hand will benefit from the tips on creativity, including the WWWD (What Would Walt Disney Do) approach. Word association and Mind-Mapping are also discussed at length. If you don't already have a finished manuscript but just an idea, this chapter will help you determine whether or not it has bestseller potential.

Step four thrashes out the options for getting your book published. The authors go over the pros and cons of traditional publishing, self-publishing, and subsidy/vanity publishing. (I think my favorite line in the whole book is "I'd basically said, `Vanity presses are a complete waste of space!'") They weigh-in highly in favor of self-publishing for nonfiction books, and they explain why--basically because authors retain intellectual control and they have the potential to make a lot more money this way. The practicalities of self-publishing are also covered, such as obtaining an ISBN, using Lightning Source as a printer, and getting distribution.

Final chapters get into the specifics of "selling loads of books." There are a lot of lists (the authors seem to favor these and they are peppered throughout the book), such as "3 Reasons Why Brick and Mortar Stores Aren't Worth It," "5 Reasons Why Self-Publishers Should Focus On Selling Through Online Bookstores Instead," and "44 High Impact Book Marketing Tactics That Work."

Final sections of the book list useful publishing and promotion links, as well as a bibliography. Although the table of contents is quite extensive, that does not take the place of an index, which the book doesn't have. I am a strong proponent of all nonfiction books having an index.

This book should be on the shelf of every author who wants to avoid mistakes and make money.
Granirad
I was lucky enough to be given a review copy of this book before publication. Before starting I had the idea that this would be a good book but without much new material for me personally. I could not have been more wrong.

This is a book every author, at what ever stage of their career they are at, needs to read. It has a wealth of information for every stage of the process from coming up with ideas and market research though how to write and finally to the all important how to sell, get paid and become wealthy.

One element that completely blew me away was the matrix on page 45 demonstrating demographic niches for a book topic. Within a minute of seeing this page I had 55 new ideas for selling my existing book and more new book ideas than I can count. That page alone was worth more than the price of book but there is so much more usable information than this.

The best thing for me about this book is not just the information but how it is presented. It is a witty, conversational and easy read with lots of checklists, charts and graphs. It is a short but very powerful book that I can see me coming back to and time again as I climb the publishing ladder to becoming a wealthy author.