This is another quick review, in lieu of a Facebook post about it… since Facebook is being difficult when I review anything and add a link.
Also, I’m rushing through this, because this report is brand new, and the information could make a big difference in how you market your next book.
I’m recommending Paul Coleman’s latest report, Paul vs. The Publishing Gurus. It covers the most important tips and trends for book marketing. If you want a more successful 2018, I recommend getting a copy of it.
The report price is currently $19.97, and it’s 20 pages long. It covers a wide range of book marketing topics, from the importance of the first two pages of your book, to storytelling as marketing, to the freshest (and most compelling) book cover designs to… well, lots more.
For me, this report is valuable because it sums up some powerful marketing information in a no-fluff, no-nonsense style.
Also, I think a lot of the value is in the links (generally to free resources, though I’ve only visited a few so far) which expand the concepts Paul shares in the report.
Just one of them provided an “ah-HA!” realization that – for me – made this report worth owning, reading, and putting to use.
If you haven’t actually written a book, or you’re too busy to pursue writing & publishing right now, you don’t need this report yet.
Like nearly everything I recommend, the only way this report is valuable is if you actually use it.
This is delivered as a PDF, and there is no upsell. Everything is in the report.
(As usual, that’s not an affiliate link. I review products to help others find good resources, period & full stop. I don’t earn a cent if someone buys what I recommend.)