From Wannabe to Writer
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My journey from the Wannabe Writer Wilderness
to a spot on the bestseller lists.
• The pros and cons of self-publishing
• The step-by-step sequence of how I reached readers
(who became raving fans)
• How I landed an agent with just 4 emails
• Why I turned down conventional book deal offers
• How I got national press coverage with one tweet
• My secret to being the media’s go-to person in your niche
Like a Little Black Book of Writer’s Resources. (Except it’s blue.)
My hope is that these stories, mishaps and lessons learned (the hard way) will save you time, money, energy, tears and heartache.
I’d like to show that it’s possible to go from nothing
– no budget, no experience, no publisher –
and not only write your book and get it out into the world,
but also get it into the hands of your adoring readers.
If you’re curious about the self-publishing process…
If you’re inspired and encouraged by success stories…
If you enjoy reading about other writers, how they publish their books, and how they earn a living…
If you could use some hints and tips for book promotion, DIY publicity and online marketing …
…this is for you.
Praise for From Wannabe To Writer:
“Two sentences in and I knew Danielle and I were going to get along just fine!
Self-depricating and assertive in equal measure, she’s quick to set wannabe writers
at ease with her wit and generous anecdotal evidence that it’s all very do-able, this publishing lark.
From Wannabe to Writer is a breath of fresh air from those bossy how-tos,
all the while actually supplying you with exactly how to.
The difference is Danielle doesn’t tell you how things work, just how she published her book;
that book, that time, her way.
No guarantees, but a truckload of love and hand-holding.
For any writer – just beginning, battling ever onward, or about to quit – read this first!“
~ Kris Emery, krisemery.com
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• 72 page colour pdf file
• Bonus Recommended Reading List
(The invaluable reads that cut years off my learning curve.)
“Smart people learn from their own mistakes.
The really smart people learn from the mistakes of others.”
~ Brandon Mull