Would you like more exposure for your book? Do you want to go to those always "Talked About" tradeshows but know you just cannot afford them? Are you aware of how much networking can help boost your sales?
What would you pay to attend the following events?
Baltimore City Schools Vendor Fair in Maryland $375
American Library Association Convention in Washington D.C. $2,200
Book Expo America in New York City $4,500
Texas Book Festival in Houston SOLD OUT
Baltimore Book Festival in Maryland $450
Miami Book Festival in Sunny Florida $600
Printers Row in Chicago $750
National Association of Public Schools Administrators $4,000
Great Lakes Independent Booksellers Tradeshows $1,100
How about $375 for all of these plus twenty-four more. The Author Collective is here to help you sell your work. We exhibit at these shows and others with one goal in mind... SELL BOOKS! Joining the Author Collective allows you access to these events for just the cost of your yearly *membership. We also offer our members no cost access to discounted literary services like, editing and proofreading, graphics and design, isbn's and copyrighting, video services and more. We provide our members invaluable information to self-publish and get deep discounts on book printing too. Saving money is the first step in making money!
The Author Collective is here to help the unknown, little known and soon to be well known self-published author put their writings in the faces of the people who buy in quantity. Call today and ask to become a member...
Keep at it. There is a learning curve, I think to the business, which is all a part of it. I wished I knew four years ago, what I've learned in the last six months. None of it is always easy, and yet there is a fun side. Even though people are writing in certain genres or musicians playing in certain types ofbands, we are working in an "art" area, very subjective as to what agents and publishers are looking for. However, what we do also has certain rules.
I look forward to reading your work.
I am glad Sunny brought you around to my end of the room at Hanford Bookfest. I know we said we'd meet, but it all seemed so, busy there, others talking on the stage, and still others coming by the table. I had four people come - some of who I had invited as part of my promotions on my end. It's funnny now as I look at your photo, and I remember you said, "I'm the photo with the glasses on," or something like that.