Self Publishing Tele-Seminar

Written by  //  08.25.12  //  Events  //  10 Comments

Listen to the Tele-Seminar and Download The Publishing Handbook!

Want to finally publish that book? Overwhelmed by all the self-publishing options? Want to know how to approach a publisher? Do you even know where to start? Now is your chance to get real help, real strategies and down-to-earth information on how to get published!

I receive hundreds of emails a month from people like you asking for help, and that’s what decided me to put together this 2 hour Book Publishing Intensive. Listen to the recording of the call and download the Publishing Handbook.

Both Cate and I have worked with publishers as well as with self-publishing platforms on our own books. In this call you’ll learn how to tell whether you should self-publish or go for a publishing deal. You’ll get a step-by-step process for self-publishing as well as suggestions on how to reach out to publishers. You’ll get a marketing suggestion checklist on how to get your book out to the world whether it’s self-published or distributed by a publisher. Get practical, useful information and strategies you can implement right away to get your book published and get on with your dreams!

Self Publishing Tele-Seminar with Betsy Chasse and Cate Montana
Self Publishing Tele-Seminar with Betsy Chasse and Cate Montana
Listen to the Tele-Seminar with Betsy Chasse and Cate Montana where they review what you need to know to publish your book. Download the Publishing Hand Book with resources and helpful tips to get your book published!
Price: $29.99
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10 Comments on "Self Publishing Tele-Seminar"

  1. Carmen Hernandez 08.30.12 at 10:24 am · Reply

    Will this tele-seminar on book publishing be repeated or is there a way I can pay for it and access it at a later date and time? I’m so disappointed that I will miss it because I will be out of the state on vacation.

  2. betsy 08.30.12 at 10:42 am · Reply

    The course will be available as a recording after the event. You can download and review at any time.

  3. betsy 09.02.12 at 2:20 pm · Reply

    For those of you who may miss the call and are planning on listening to the recorded session. You can submit your questions and I will do my best to answer them via email. Hopefully we’ll cover alot of ground and your questions will have been asked by someone on the call 🙂 Betsy

  4. betsy 09.04.12 at 1:09 pm · Reply

    Yes Leah it should have come!

  5. Dana Smith 09.06.12 at 8:00 am · Reply

    Thank you for sharing a your knowledge and resources in the publishing class. It saved me a tremendous amount of time. Really invaluable for me as I begin the publishing process.

  6. Margaret Duarte 03.05.13 at 9:08 am · Reply

    Thank you for what you are doing, Betsy. We need more “visionary” projects available to the “seekers” in this world. The popularity of “What the Bleep Do We Know,” and, more recently, “Life of Pi” gives me hope that spiritual/metaphysical works are gaining acceptance – and recognition. I have prepared myself mentally to self-publish since I write visionary fiction, a genre few, if any, agents (or publishers) represent and publish. I am a founding member of Visionary Fiction Alliance, a website dedicated to promoting visionary fiction. You are an inspiration. Keep up the good work.

  7. Ej 02.05.14 at 4:50 pm · Reply

    Although not a fan of self-publishing (vanity publishing, as it were) I am impressed with what the two of you have materialized to assist wannabe-published authors. I self-published my first novel. It was a major success for the self-publishing company; they got my money, and I got a book that wasn’t marketable due to its high cost. Then again, it wasn’t worthy of publication, given that I was too anxious to be famous, and blind to the fact that it takes passion and practice to create works worthy of publication… 🙁

    Ej Lister

  8. Austen 02.12.14 at 11:15 am · Reply

    Bravo on the book! Unfortunately, I was working the night you were at “Book Soup” but I’m following your progress! Carry on, be in touch, and let me know if I can help in any way.
    Keep on tipping!


  9. David Bumpass 12.02.14 at 4:11 pm · Reply

    I have written three books, only one of which is published and that was a nightmare, like you’ve described in a single word above “overwhelmed”; I am a writer, not a promoter, not an advertiser, not even an editor. I am gun shy to publish my second book, my just completed third book is my masterpiece and if I may be so bold worthy of being read. Will your ‘self publishing tele-seminar’ answer the bounty of questions I’ve been stewing on since about 1996 when I last attempted to do something in publishing? I have iUniverse calling me weekly trying to get me to spend $1700 on a two for one package and get both manuscripts published, but remembrances of what happened last time I self-published are still too-fresh.

    • admin 02.20.15 at 3:28 pm · Reply

      Yes 🙂

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