Taking a book the whole nine yards is easier said than done. But it’s also easier than you’d think. From Reedsy, this is Bestseller, a podcast for aspiring authors, demystifying the process self-publishing a book, one chapter at a time.
Season 4 Epilogue: The Beginning
But, as mysteriously as they begin, all creative journeys come to an end. Or do they?
Season 4 Chapter 5: A Long Way To Go Viral
These days, everyone wants to be the next overnight viral sensation. But, as it turns out, there's nothing overnight about it.
Season 4 Chapter 4: Branding Yourself
Before selling your book, you need to learn how to sell yourself.
Season 4 Chapter 3: Reading The Write Way
How do you learn to see your creative work from other's perspectives? The answer is the same thing it's been for centuries: pick up a book.
Season 4 Chapter 2: Facts & Fiction
The Hero's Journey is an excellent metaphor for any creative process. But when it comes to self publishing a nonfiction book, the line between fact and fiction is anything but metaphorical.
Season 4 Prologue: The Hero's Journey
What do the Greek Gods, Walt Disney, and indie author slash creativity professor Tim Cigelske all have common? Apparently, everything.
A roadmap to self publishing
I stumbled upon this podcast while I was looking into the process of self publishing my first book and it has been eye opening. Thanks so much for all the advice and hope.
The content seems well thought out and engaging. But I’m turned off by the incessant background music. I liken it to the bass playing loudly from the car next to me at a stoplight. All the windows are rolled up but my car still quakes with every boom, boom, boom. The only thing I can do is drive on or, in this case, look for another podcast.
Search no more.
Each and every one of us is searching for clarity among abundant sources of information. Reedsy has created the answer, known simply as BESTSELLER. Information is presented in a conversational tone with stories from people just like us. Check out the Prologue podcast if you are short on time. I am certain you will carve out more time once you find value in the content. Bravo Reedsy, just what I needed.