The lessons in the course are based on my 10+ years of experiencing publishing my own books as well as helping thousands of authors publish their books. You will notice that I have not organized the course into two sections: publishing and marketing. This is because, despite common opinion, you don't publish first then focus on marketing and promotion. You need to be thinking about marketing and promotion from the start and take important steps before you publish your book. I present these lessons in an order that I have found to make the most sense, although there is quite a bit of flexibility here. For example, you might choose to publish your book in print a year after your ebook.
For each lesson, I have discussion questions, lesson exercises, or both. These are optional, of course, but the more you do the more you will get from this course.
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