Listen as first-time author Amy Morin shares the story behind her best-selling book, 13 Things Mentally Strong People Don’t Do.
Many multi-title nonfiction authors never enjoy the success that Amy Morin has enjoyed from her first book.
Her first book is an Amazon Top 100 book with consistently strong sales since its appearance.
It’s in Top 30 books in several Amazon categories, such as:
- Health, Fitness & Dieting > Mental Health, Happiness
- Business & Money, Business Culture, Motivation & Self-Improvement
- Business & Money, Management & Leadership, Motivational
If you’ve ever wondered how some nonfiction authors hit a home run with their first book, you’ll want to attend my Author Thought Leader interview with Amy Morin.
Join me when I interview Amy Morin on Tuesday, February 17, at 4:00 PM Eastern.
Relevance of Amy Morin’s story
The story behind Amy Morin’s bestselling 13 Thing that Mentally Strong People Don’t Do reinforces many of Published and Profitable’s core principles as well as reflects the latest evolving best practices.
Amy’s story has relevance to not only authors interested in writing about psychology and personal growth topics, but other types of nonfiction books.
Why should you attend this interview
During our interview, Amy and I will be discussing questions and topics like:
- Choosing a compelling title and subtitle. The title and subtitle of Amy’s book instantly communicates not only what the book about, but it also memorably positions her book apart from competing books. During our interview, we’ll learn how she chose the title and the role the title played in writing her book.
- Writing background and goals. During our interview, we’ll discuss Amy’s writing background and her publishing goals. We’ll explore the turning points in her career that lead to writing her book and the decisions she made that lead to placing her book with a top trade publisher.
- Amy’s lessons for writing productivity. I’ll be asking Amy to describe the timetable involved a planning, proposing, and writing her bestselling book. I’ll be asking questions like:
- How did she find the time to write in addition to her other roles and responsibilities?
- When did she write?
- How long were her writing sessions?
- Marketing tips for bestselling nonfiction. Amy and will also be explore the marketing steps that Amy took to promote her book while writing it. What was the role that guest blogging played in her book’s rise to success? Were there any surprises along the way?
Who should attend our interview?
I consider Amy Morin’s bestselling 13 Things that Mentally Strong People Don’t Do one of my all-time favorite psychology, personal growth, or motivation books. (See my Amazon.com Reader Review). It stands up up there with my previously-reviewed books like:
- Scott Belsky’s Making Ideas Happen: Overcoming the Obstacles Between Vision and Reality.
- Jack Canfield, Mark Victor Hansen, and Les Hewitt’s The Power of Focus.
- Charles Duhig’s Power of Habit: Why We Do What We Do in Life and Business.
How to attend our interview
Mark your calendar for Tuesday, February 17, at 4:00 PM Eastern. All Published & Profitable friends and members are invited to attend. To attend, dial 605-475-6150 and enter PIN 513391. There will be an opportunity for you to ask questions. You can invite your friends to attend this free call.