The Good, the Bad, the Challenges of Publishing

Want to learn more about publishing from the personal experiences of  authors? Tune in Oct. 2nd for a live interview…

“Okay. You just wrote the most beautiful, thought-provoking words in the English language. You feel that you have written the best story you possibly can. Now that your manuscript is complete, you are ready to get published. You send out query letters and get no responses. You seek niche publishers and find no interest. You settle for a quality self-publishing partner and finally get your new book in print and/or in the eBook catalogs. Your family, friends and close acquaintances love your work. You feel personally fulfilled. However, it’s a year later and only a handful of your books have been sold. Here’s the sad truth: most people who write a book will never get it published, half the writers who are published won’t see a second book in print, and most books published by so-called major publishers are never reprinted. What’s more, half the titles in any given bookshop won’t sell a single copy there, and most traditionally published writers won’t earn anything from their book apart from the advance. However, a rare few will ignore all this and succeed, but they’re the lottery winners. Everyone else has to work at it. How to best understand the good, the bad and the challenges of the book publishing business?”  #radiointerview #selfpubproblems

Join us for a live interview where we will be discussing these topics and more. Call in with questions, or interact online.

October 2, 2014, 6pm (AZ Time) – LIVING A RICHER LIFE ~ Life Changing Talk Radio

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/richerlife/2014/10/03/writers-authors-and-getting-published-the-good-the-bad-the-challenges

Or call the Toll Free number (855) 345-4714 to listen if you do not have browser access (You WILL NOT be asked to go on air for a question or comment) The show automatically starts at 9:00 Eastern, 8:00 Central and 6:00 PM Pacific & AZ time. We end at 6:45 PM Pacific & AZ time

INTERVIEW GUESTS: 
Jenene Scott – Publisher, Literary Coach and Author of The Disillusionment of Anahera Daniels

Benjamin Phillips – Author of the YA Science Fiction novel, Eonian

Joann Burkholder – Author of the non-fiction counseling novel, Becoming an Oak of Righteousness

BW4C – Author of Shades of Black and Blue, a story of abuse and healing through poetry

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