An entirely new choice in book publishing is shared to the Chanticleer Community by Sara Stamey. What would you think if there were a publisher that offered the expertise and structure you need (like a traditional publisher) but also offers a system where you get more creative control and better royalties (closer to self-publishing)?
The largest book club in the world has just announced it 2016 reading list. And a Chanticleer Award winning author is on it! Now this is something to CROW about!
Find your writing muse using AGILE Techniques. AGILE for Authors require that authors identify psychological triggers to engage their creativity and summon their muses.
Tips from bestselling authors, overheard comments from literary agents, generous information shared by the publisher of Publisher's Weekly, and more are revealed.
The Third Post on the Five Pillars of Effective Website Design will Focus on SEO (Search Engine Optimization)
What good is having a website, if no one can find you?
Does your website have these five essential website pillars to be effective for promoting you and your work?
- Your Branding Message in a Tagline
- Calls to Action – […]
What is it about certain books that when we finish the final page the characters stay with us for days? What is it about those characters that has made them so memorable? Robert Dugoni, the undisputed king of legal thrillers will share his techniques to authors attending CAC14.
In this workshop, Bernadette Pajer will share her hard-earned “aha” moment that led her to coin the term “Triggers” and will show how you can use this powerful tool to engage your readers and create a loyal readership.
Too many authors have been left out the quickly growing digital audio market. Today's busy "readers" listen to books while they commute, exercise, stand in line, wait for a doctor's appointment, or even while taking care of household chores. Today's fast-paced lifestyle demands multiplexing! Get your title up and out there to this growing market!
An accomplished author, marketing guru, and tech geek, Elizabeth works with with CEOs to think creatively to generate visibility and competitive differentiation in a cluttered marketplace−skills required for book discovery. Elizabeth thrives on audacious ideas that are game-changers.