Pushlishing Vs. Publisher, Not Really. We Work Together for the Author/Writer/Entrepreneur
The difference between a PublishING company and a PublishER is that a company like ours gets the writer/author/website admin ready to submit the final product to a PublishER, Printer or IT Specialist, which we, as consultants, can recommend, manage, and assist with all media/all genre with a professional viewpoint and research the available options.
We are in no way involved in distribution, dissemination, selling books to keep a client’s royalties, promote manuscripts, business promo packages or anything you can imagine. New insights and technology is constantly being improved upon and created. We are involved in the entire process of Creativity!
Many fellow authors and bloggers know that I personally, as CEO, offer free reader’s reviews or editorial reviews, which I submit to the author to change, use, whatever you wish, because authors include editorial reviews on their own sales websites.
We also copyright Works-In-Progress until a PublishER accepts your work and publishes their own copyright, which I believe should be in your name, not the Publisher’s, but every company does things a little differently.
We critique PublishER’s contracts, even the small print, if you wish. We recommend printers, sales venues, promotional suggestions, social media contacts, networking, and produce websites in a visual and written current style design, with the client using their own IT person for SEO or we can recommend someone. I study and research all aspects of PublishING for my clients, remaining in touch with buzz words, new ideas, and new evolving technologies.
Let me help you with all my decades of expertise, which can be accessed under my Bio “Who Am I?”
Don’t forget, no one can do their own proofreading. Not even me. You may be the creator, but I am the validator who provides unbiased editorial reviews, testimonials, and introductions to my network and consultants.
—Deborah A. Bowman, author, ghostwriter. editor, designer, formatter, proofreader, publishing agent, writing coach, mentor
True to form, I’m learning social media as I use it. So Tumblr is new for me, but it’s interesting. Please, go take a quick peek at my new site. It’s called “Really Very Miracle”.
We all are unique, beautiful, and outstanding individuals. We need to use our love and intuition to connect, discuss, and aid our societies. Each tormented soul or mind must be touched by love and healed. There is plenty of love to go around if we but search within ourselves to seek the quiet pleas of haunted eyes, crying out for help.
You will be astounded by the glory and miracles we possess that are never released and allowed to grow. Find your inner peace and we can change the world….one silenced, fearful being at a time. It is so worth the effort to watch someone blossom before your very eyes …It is “Really Very Miracle” to touch another soul’s heart when you act as a vessel of The Creator who gave you life. Life is for abundance, joy, and love. Let’s pass it around and share the manifestation of heaven on earth.
Blessings, Deborah A. Bowman
Thank you, Sally, for great information. I wanted to share this great author’s words of wisdom, hard work, and dedication. I know the key to promotion is consistency, but I don’t always practice what I preach. Thank you, Sally Cronin, for reminding us all what’s important in the writing industry.
I am almost at 10,000 posts since I began blogging four years ago and at least half of those are book promotions. It is one of the reasons that I began blogging four years ago as I wanted a platform to promote my own work as well.
When I look at those posts in retrospect, is quite clear that the ones that did well as far as comments, reblogs and sharing was concerned, were ones where the author featured participated fully in the effort.
This means reblogging (better a couple of days later to keep the ball rolling) shared across their own Facebook, Twitter and other social media, and very importantly responded to comments over a period of days. This engagement with people who took the time to comment is critical in building relationships that support going forward.
Apart from sharing on Facebook and Twitter, these particular authors also responded…
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