November 8

Book Publishing for Entrepreneurs

Even an unknown, debut author lacking connections, a platform, or a following can achieve remarkable success by selling tens of thousands of book copies.

On a new episode of The Creator's Adventure, a podcast that connects with creators from across the globe and delves into their inspiring tales of business growth, Morgan sat down with Bryan McAnulty. They plunged headfirst into the realm of book publishing, examining the critical decision of whether authors should pursue traditional publishing, venture into self-publishing, or opt for a hybrid approach.

They unravel the secrets of how authors can ensure that their books not only tell compelling stories but also provide substantial value to their businesses. Morgan's firm belief is that even an unknown, debut author lacking connections, a platform, or a following can achieve remarkable success by selling tens of thousands of book copies, accumulating numerous reviews, and fostering a dedicated fanbase that returns year after year for more literary delights.

Morgan's extensive experience in the publishing industry makes her a formidable expert in assisting authors to navigate the intricate landscape of writing, publishing, and cultivating a dedicated readership.

Don't miss this podcast. Watch more of The Creator’s Adventure interview with Morgan on their YouTube Channel.


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entrepreneur, how to write a book, indie authors, indie publishing, publishing, self publishing, start writing your book today, writing advice


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