EP144: Chandler Bolt on Self-Publishing School
So excited about our first Thirsty Thursday episode. This sporadic series is designed to go deeper on topics that I know some of you are super thirsty for, but probably aren’t relevant to our general audience. Today’s topic is self-publishing. It’s something I’m super passionate about and love to geek out on with those who are too, which is why our guest, Chandler Bolt is perfect. He’s the founder of Self-Publishing School and believes in our ever-evolving digital age, self-publishing is the best and only way to go. If you’re someone with dreams of writing a book, have a listen and enjoy! This discussion could help bring your dream to fruition sooner than you thought!
About Chandler Bolt:
Chandler is the author of 5 bestselling books including “Book Launch” and his most recent book titled “Published.”. He’s also the founder & CEO of Self-Publishing School, the #1 online resource for writing your first book. Through his books, training videos, and Self-Publishing School, he’s helped thousands of people on their journey to writing their first book.
In this episode, Chandler shares:
1. The advantages of self-publishing over traditional publishing
2. What the process of self-publishing looks like
3. Why it’s better to get your book done in a shorter time frame rather than dragging out the creative process
What You’ll Hear:
3:30 The changing times of the publishing industry
9:36 Chandler’s 3-step process for writing a book
15:26 The impact of self-publishing on book quality + what you don’t actually get with a publishing deal
22:17 Digital books vs. print books + monetizing a book beyond just the book
30:53 On Chandler’s book Published and the behind-the-scenes of running a business
36:55 Getting the writing process started
Click here to watch/listen or scroll upward to listen only:
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How was this episode for you?
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