Moatcast Q & A May 2018: The Lonely Author - Harry Dewulf

Moatcast Q & A May 2018: The Lonely Author

A faster way to improve, and sell, your art.

All publishing is collaboration.

Are authors lonely?

The obvious answer to anyone whose been an author for long is no - at least I think it is.

This Moatcast is all about collaboration:

  • why authors choose to collaborate artistically, and
  • why authors can't avoid artistic collaboration

Prepare your questions, and prepare to find out:

How collaboration - and good collaborative skills - can make your awesome story into a great book.

How collaboration with other authors is one of the best roots not only to a better book, but to a longer marketing reach, more sales, and more visibility.

Click the button to register now:

Joining me as guest cohost:

Scarlett Rugers from The Book Design House.

Scarlett has been a book designer and business coach for over a decade and has worked with publishers and authors on dozens of books.

Register now so you don't miss out: this is an hour long free Webinar, where you can ask, and get answers to, your questions on collaboration as both a traditionally published or self-published author. What are the benefits and pitfalls? How can you best find the best partners for the production of your book?

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Harry Dewulf

Literary Editor, Creative Writing Coach and Teacher. If you want help of any kind with your book, you may contact me here. Sign up to my mailing list for regular information on course, live lessons, webinars and promos.

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