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Session 6: Business of Storytelling: Lecture 1

 Apr 10, 2017

The Professional LDS Storytellers Workshop is the first of it's kind. Session 6 may be the most valuable yet!

Greetings Tennis Shoes Fans!

Let's face it. The storytelling, novel-writing, book-publishing business is a vast, complex, and forever changing morass these days.

I  knew going in that I could never cover everything that Chris Heimerdinger, Author and Lecturerneeded to be covered in one session. That's why I've already recorded two additional sessions on this topic! They're just not posted yet.  

https://foreverlds.com/course/storytellers-workshop

Doesn't matter if you want to supplement your income to write full-time or part-time. These are many of the secrets you must know. Session 6 hits the ground running with the most essential information, as well as rarely-discussed gems:

*To Publish or Self-Publish

*Soliciting Professional Feedback

*Details of Chris's Career and His First Published Novels

*Protecting Yourself From Pirating

*Priestcraft Vs. Profit

*eBook Vs. Print Copies

*Finding a Distributor for Self-Published Books

*Challenges in Today's LDS Publishing Market

*Maintaining Your eBook Rights

*Selling Your eBook on Amazon

*Why Use Standard Manuscript Formatting? 

*To Copyright or NOT to Copyright?

*Formal Guidelines of Style

*First Priority: Move Your Audience!

*Realities of Self-Publishing

    --Royalty Splits

    --WalMart and Costco

    --Typesetting

    --Cover Design

    --Backliners and Endorsements

    --Hiring Freelancers: A Few Guidelines

    --Printing Your Book

    --Kill Fees

*The Evolving Environment of the Writing Profession

    --Self Promotion

    --Social Media Marketing/ Establishing a Book-Selling Platform

*Avoid Being a Flash-in-the-Pan Author

*Crossing Book Genres

*Public Domain

Look for the entire www.ForeverLDS.website to receive a dramatic upgrade in upcoming weeks. Oughta be cool!

Stay close to the Lord,

Chris Heimerdinger

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