Established writers can’t often—and probably shouldn’t—publish far outside of their area of expertise. It’s a fast way to alienate your existing fan base. But crowdfunding allows you to experiment outside of your genre for a project you want to see out in the world.
Over 70% of author crowdfunding campaigns fail, but you can beat the odds if you embrace your role as chief marketing officer of your book.
Jane Friedman interviews author Bethany Joy Carlson about effective crowdfunding campaigns for authors.
Jane discusses building a digital presence, querying 15 years ago vs. now, agents vs. self-publishing, crowdfunding, and the future of publishing.
What is crowdfunded publishing? Learn about the two types of models now prevalent, plus the major services you can choose from.
Full-time author and speaker Scott Berkun discusses his book marketing experiences as both a traditionally published author and self-published author.