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Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
This is a great book for anyone interested in self-publishing a novel. It is split in to several major parts. First very general information for writing, then the specifics of self-publishing and marketing.
What did you like best about this story?
The "how to write" part is very general. No great inspiration there for someone who is actively writing a novel.
However, the author goes into very specific detail about the precise steps needed to publish and market a book. He gives step-by-step detail. I found that extremely helpful information (even if a bit hard to absorb from an audio book.) The author has a .pdf he gives us access to.
I have done a lot of research into self-publishing and marketing my first novel. This is the most complete resource I have found for those two topics.
Any additional comments?
The author writes inspirational romance novels. As I am also writing a romance series, I found him extremely helpful. People who are looking to write more literary novels and may find the information a bit too commercial.
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What made the experience of listening to Think, Write, Publish the most enjoyable?
Shooting straight from the hip, this book helps me see that publishing is manageable and possible. It answers ALL my questions--and more than I realized I had. In understandable language, Think Write Publish delineates HOW to write and publish, and it makes publishing a tangible reality. Without sugar-coating the process, the book tames the monstrous publishing juggernaut. I especially appreciate the Christian acknowledgment and the well-informed formatting and marketing guidance. Thank you, Mr. Chapin!
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Which character – as performed by Jay Prichard – was your favorite?
What’s an idea from the book that you will remember?
The Full-Time Dreamer section targets my needs.
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