Becoming An Indie Author Success with Sarah Williams
BECOMING AN INDIE AUTHOR SUCCESS
with Sarah Williams
Get tips on how to become a successful indie author.
In only 2 years, bestselling indie author Sarah Williams went full time as a career author and now supports her family with her fiction writing. She will share a wealth of information on the author business and branding so you can take your career to the top.
Unavailable to make it in person? You can also watch this workshop via online live stream! Live stream tickets are available
Sarah will answer your questions and cover the topics below:
What is an independent author?
Why you're in business from the day you self-publish your first book
What does it take to be a success in this new world as an indie author?
How to be the maker, the manager, and the entrepreneur all in one
Building your brand
What writing full-time really looks like
Implementing marketing strategies
Multiple streams of income
This is a seminar for intermediate and emerging writers who want to sustain themselves writing. More information on program formats and level definitions can be found
Sarah Williams is a bestselling and award-winning author of five Australian rural romance novels including the much loved Brigadier Station series. Founder and CEO of Serenade Publishing, she also hosts the podcast Write with Love, runs writers workshops and retreats, mentors and supports her peers to achieve their publishing dreams.
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Membership will be confirmed on arrival, in the event it isn't current, membership will need to be arranged.
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You can bring either pen and paper or a laptop along with you to write with. If you do bring a laptop, please remember to bring a power adaptor if necessary.
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