Hey Guys! Nicole Gabriel here! I’m the host of the Let’s Get Your Book Published podcast. I’m also the author multiple books, a Book Designer, and a Publishing Coach as well as an Intuitive Business Coach.
I’ve been in the book business for awhile now and I’ve helped many clients get their book published over the years. On this podcast I share personal stories, client stories, and the truths about the publishing industry….
The subject of today’s podcast… Touching on the Techie Side of eBooks
I just had a bunch of clients go to print and subsequently a large group producing eBooks and I thought there was enough confusion with the process to do a special podcast on a bit of the techie side of all things eBook. But, don’t worry, we won’t get too deep here - I’ll keep it relevant to you as the author.
I know it seems kinda strange in this day and age to think there would be anything...
One of the most popular topics in the book publishing world is “do I need an eBook” or a printed book?
I talked about this topic in one of my earlier podcasts, but I wanted to bring it up again in a more recent episode with a bit more detail that I’ve picked up since my first podcast on the topic.
It always comes down what you’re trying to do with your book. Have you written a business plan? What is your why behind writing the book? And, what format corresponds with that plan?
If you have a ton of overseas business partnerships, family, or friends that you believe will have interest in your book then it may be best to set your book up as an eBook almost immediately. This will get your book there fast and you can avoid shipping charges.
There are also a few book launch tricks authors have learned too over the years…selling an eBook at launch can increase numbers sold and pop them up to the lead of the charts in their genre....