It’s a good thing my first drafts are for me alone, and yours should be too.
In this ConvertKit review, I’ll explain why I switched from MailChimp to ConvertKit and help you decide if this email software is right for you.
But first… I think you’ll agree we all want to find more readers.
Well, email marketing is the best way to communicate with the readers of your blog and your books.
Most people don’t see a tweet, and it’s quite difficult to get engagement on Facebook these days unless you’re prepared to pay for it.
Email marketing offers a larger return than social media.
Once you master it, you can expect a return of USD44 for every dollar you invest (according to a study by Experian).
It’s exciting, isn’t it?
Writing your first book and then sending the final version to your editor and later it being available (and SELLING!) on stores like Amazon.
The months (or even years) of hard work are over, and now you can watch with pride as your book goes out into the world.
Now, you can sit back as your ideas and stories make an impact on readers and earn you a side-income.
You can finally call yourself an author.
But, what if you’re not there yet? What if you’re still struggling to finish writing your first book?
Then, I think you’ll agree with me that writing a book is tough work.
Like really tough.
But, don’t worry.
In this post, I’m going to be honest with you.
I’m going to reveal seven of the most common writing mistakes aspiring authors must avoid (and how you can do it).
These are the common writing mistakes that tripped me up before I published my first book.
If you want to call yourself an author, don’t let them hoodwink you.
Do you want to find time to read more often?
Or do you want to know: is Audible worth it?
Audible is an Amazon company that produces and sells hundreds of thousands of popular audiobooks.
A couple of years ago, I questioned the value of audiobooks.
Well, listening to an audiobook felt like cheating on a real book.
I was also skeptical about being able to get into something that an actor narrates. I saw audiobooks as expensive distractions from the written word.
How wrong I was.