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The Grammar Girl’s lessons in personal branding for authors

Posted September 15th @ 12:59 am by Roger C. ParkerPrint

Wednesday’s promoting tip for authors Often, the best ways authors can build lasting and memorable personal brands is to avoid taking an unnecessarily serious approach, as Mignon Fogarty, the Grammar Girl, has proven. At a time when many authors cultivate a serious image and relish their “guru” role, the Grammar Girl projects a lighthearted image [...]

How Patrick Snow created & self-published his own destiny

Posted August 16th @ 1:46 pm by Roger C. ParkerPrint

Roger C. Parker Published & Profitable interview with Patrick Snow, author of the bestselling Creating Your Own Destiny: How to Get Exactly What You Want out of Life and Work

Keys to writing a successful personal growth book

Posted July 12th @ 9:58 pm by Roger C. ParkerPrint

Monday’s book planning tip for authors Authors interested in writing a successful personal growth book should carefully study Patrick Snow’s Creating Your Own Destiny: How to Get Exactly What You Want out of Life and Work. Whether considered from the point of planning, writing, promoting, or profiting, Creating Your Own Destiny represents author best practices [...]

How authors like Larry Fine create decades of profits from a single authoritative book based on their expertise

Posted April 2nd @ 7:46 pm by Roger C. ParkerPrint

Thursday’s profit tip for authors Larry Fine is an excellent example of an author who has converted their expertise into an authoritative book that has generated decades of profits. He has been profiting from The Piano Book: Buying & Owning a New or Used Piano since he wrote it in 1987. It’s now in its [...]

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