If you are thinking that self-published books are second class citizens next to books printed by mainstream publishers, then check out a few of the big titles available today that started out with the authors choosing to self-publish: ‘The Tale of Peter Rabbit’ by Beatrix Potter, ‘Fifty Shades’ of Grey by E. L. James, ‘The Celestine Prophecy’ by James Redfield, ‘Rich Dad Poor Dad’ by Robert Kiyosaki, ‘Still Alice’ by Lisa Genova, ‘Legally Blonde’ by Amanda Brown.
Tuesday 1st November 2022
7:30pm GMT (UK time) for 2 hours
To publish your book through an established publisher is a slow process, whereas to self-publish is relatively fast. Many new authors receive rejection letters from publishers while they wait for that one chance for a break. The good news is, you will never be rejected as a self-published author. Writing a book helps you build a following/a tribe interested in your area of expertise, which is perfect whether you want to share a message or promote a business. Self-publishing opens up possible new income streams (through book sales and other opportunities coming through the book publication). When you self-publish, you have control over all aspects of the book, from design and pricing, to launching and marketing.
We use KDP (‘Kindle Direct Publishing’) for a number of reasons and here are some of them:
1. Saves you time and energy researching how to publish your book the correct way.
2. Helps you avoid the steep learning curve of self-publishing by trial and error.
3. Teaches you the technical skills that you can apply to any future books you wish to publish.
There will be a synopsis of the writing journey by Steve Nobel as well as all the technical stages of how to self-publish on KDP/Amazon by Liz Findlay.
***THIS WEBINAR WILL BE RECORDED*** You will receive the recording automatically through Eventbrite within a day or two of the live event.
All ticket holders will also receive TWO EXTRA BONUS VIDEOS of interviews before the webinar to give you further hints and tips. One interview will be with a graphic designer on book covers, and the other interview will be with an editor on tips for writing your book.
Steve Ahnael Nobel is the author of 6 non-fiction books, the most recent is a self-published book titled ‘The Spiritual Entrepreneur’. Steve Nobel has published books through different publishers and he has also self-published. He has worked as a book mentor and also as a spiritual coach. He was a director of a not for profit spiritual organisation called Alternatives (based in St. James’s Church, Piccadilly, London W1) for 13 years, leaving on the Winter Solstice of 2012. Subsequently, after leaving he began his own work. He created a healing system called Soul Matrix Healing. He also began creating a series of transmissions which are freely available on his website and YouTube channel. These transmissions are played all over the world and so far, Steve has over 149K subscribers. Visit www.thesoulmatrix.com and follow him on Instagram @stevenobel101
Liz Findlay has her own business offering multifaceted healing for both people and animals remotely online. She left the property/real estate world back in 2016 to start this business and follow her calling after a few lightbulb moments on a retreat in Egypt. This leap of faith has brought many lessons and opportunities. Liz participated in business networking groups in London, UK for 4 years gaining many insights into how it can support small businesses. She now co-hosts Starseed Business Networking each month with Steve Nobel, and runs a podcast called “Inspiring Spiritual Entrepreneurs“. She runs webinars on working with energy and spirituality, as well as practical webinars helping spiritual entrepreneurs. She produces free meditations and podcasts available on YouTube, SoundCloud and Insight Timer. Visit www.lizfindlay.com and follow her on Instagram @lizfindlayhealing