Your DIY PR for AUTHORS Planning Guide is 49 pages!

It’s packed full of great ‘to do’s’. We’ve also included a spreadsheet for tracking your efforts.

When you announce your newly-published book to the world, it would be nice if someone was there to hear you. So how many people  read your blog? How many friends do you have on Instagram, Facebook, Tik Tok or Twitter? Are you using  LinkedIn groups, Goodreads, LibraryThing? Unless you are being followed (friended, or  whatever) by hundreds, if not thousands of people, you probably need to put some time into building up your profile on these sites. When you make that announcement, you will  feel as if you are standing on the stage in an empty theatre, unless you’ve managed to  drag a few people in off the streets first.

Yes, 49 pages of all ‘the things” you can do to make sure your publication is a success.  Even if you are not self publishing and have a publisher, most of them DO NOT provide a marketing or publicity budget or people. You must do it yourself. 

Here are a few topics we cover:

  • Keeping Your Pipeline Filled
  • Taking Control of Your Personal Amazon Page
  • Creating A Marketing Plan and Sticking To It
  • Make Realistic Book Sales Goals and Sticking With It
  • Creating A Best Seller
  • Becoming A Speaker

And sooooo much more!

We’ve Got You Covered


This is our guide we use when representing an author and we want to share it with you. Don’t get caught up in the length or all the things we tell you to consider, however, see it as a path and you choose what is important to you … what fits your personality.




49 Page Guidebook

A Project Management Plan

For $99 . . . $350 Value


With the rise of social platforms, actual in person relationships are nonexistent to most. We are all socially distant in reality. We see influencers and people who say they have become millionaires using social platforms and email marketing. Maybe so, but you will become successful by creating relationships and helping others. Never stop building meaningful relationships with people in your industry. Choosing to instead view competitors as potential partners and collaborators can positively impact your business in a big way.

Make sure you LOVE what you do. Do you and love “doing” you. You will grow an audience by doing that. Heard of Gary V? Check him out. He’s not for everyone but he has drawn a massive audience ‘not fitting into the mold’.

Don’t take the business advice you hear as gospel to be followed word-for-word. Rather, use it as a tool to inform your big decisions and major strategic moves within your own business.

Becoming a successful author is more about your mentality, psychology and determination than it is about finding little tips, tricks, hacks and exploitations in the marketplace.