How to Write, Publish and Market Your Novel
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How to Write, Publish and Market Your Novel

Publish and Market in Globally Digital Platforms
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Created by Rebecca Nietert
Last updated 9/2018
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This course includes
  • 2 hours on-demand video
  • 34 downloadable resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • By applying the tools learned from this workshop to writing, marketing and publishing, it will guide you to earn a living with the craft of writing.
  • Have a desire to create, publish and market a novel and earn income.

Make a Living Writing! This course is designed to inspire your creativity in writing, to engage you in the possibility of traditional publication, and to offer strategic innovative proven techniques in marketing to a global digital world, all so that you, the writer, can earn a living in the craft.  We've put together years of research and study in the industry, combined with countless hours of instruction in to an instructional course designed to share expert knowledge in an applicable way.   Whether you're a novice writer or you've written and self published, this course can help you get to the next level of success.  We've put together applicable approaches to assist you with searching for a Literary Agent to understanding what's expected of you in regards to marketing after publication.  As always, we have alternate class instruction on each separate segment, so if you have any questions post this instruction, you are welcome to ask those questions or receive further instruction by contacting us directly. 

Who this course is for:
  • Every writer who wants to benefit from a seasoned industry professional who has learned how to avoid the pitfalls associated with not understanding the complexities of publication and marketing.
Course content
Expand all 12 lectures 02:00:08
+ Introduction
1 lecture 04:40

Introduction to the Course of Writing, Publishing and Marketing. We hope to inspire you as we have with so many other authors to creating that work of art that you can be proud to announce to the public.

Preview 04:40
+ What Publisher's Look For!
1 lecture 13:02

Publishers want to know if your book is Fiction or Non - Fiction. They want to know if you understand the sub genre and it's elements necessary to make your novel marketable.  This Lecture examines what that entails and the information required for word count per genre.  Before you write, it's important to know what you want to write.  (For instance: If you write Fantasy, you will need to know you must have at least an 80,000 word count and have a unique world that you've built)

Preview 13:02
+ Let's Talk Style
2 lectures 29:01

When a writer begins to plot out or "prance" a book, they must first think of the "Style" of writing they want to do.  Whether it's first person narrative, third person, or expository, a writer has to determine their best craft.  Once you determine what you want to write, you can then determine the characteristics of that style to make sure that you cover those in what you write.  This segment covers how to write and how to inspire you to create content that is sellable in todays marketplace.

Let's Talk Style Unit 1

In this segment we talk about what the difference is between a writer who plots or prances.  We give you real applicable tools to outline your work.  We also discuss character development.  For first time authors, my suggestions would be to write your characters down, including the way they appear to you.  Then write characteristics of those characters.  Then write events you could see those characters engaging in.  Finally begin to write obstacles they might face, or misunderstandings they might encounter.  This segment also covers editing and reviews.

Let's Talk Style - Unit 2
+ Finished Novel - Now What?
4 lectures 37:53

A logline is one to two sentences that tell a publisher what your novel is about.  This is a segment on formula to create a logline, an elevator pitch and get you ready to speak about your novel.

Unit 1 -Finished Novel - Logline

The synopsis, query and biography of an author are the most important elements of selling who you are as a writer. This segment will give you applicable tools to sell yourself. 

Unit 2 Finished Novel - Synopsis

When you finish your novel and you've already put together your synopsis, your query letter and your biography, now it's time to get your publishing kit together.  This segment explains the difference between Traditional Publication, Indie Publishing and Self Publishing.  I also explain the fundamental truth that the industry and thereby the readers who are becoming more informed daily, regard a non edited piece of uploaded work industry sub standard.  

Unit 3 Finished Novel Publishing 1

This segment goes over the salability of publishing your novel through traditional venues, (big 5 Publishing houses) or Indie publishing. When you have to make a decision on what's best for you, it's best to know all your options so that you can make an informed decision. 

Unit 4 Finished Novel Publishing 2
+ Marketing the Novel in a Global Digital Economy
4 lectures 35:32

By now you have written your novel, and you have decided which path to take with publishing.  Whether you've Indie published or Traditionally published, one thing is key:  you must be responsible for your own success.  We examine what should be in your marketing kit, and the expectations you need to have about your involvement in your own success.

Marketing - Unit 1

This segment covers platforms.  You will discover what options you have as a marketing professional for your writing.  In today's global digital economy it is vital to learn more opportunity for income.

Marketing - Unit 2

I will show you how to create ads, and how to market in Click Funnel advertising to maximize your results.  Most authors are comfortable behind the scenes, and in this segment it covers how to create a passive income.

Marketing - Unit 3
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