It Takes a Village To Publish a Book

Many people want to write a book at some point in their lives, and quite a few of them actually manage to punch the damn keys long enough to finish writing a first draft.

Some of them even go through all the steps towards self-publishing their book, from editing to formatting to designing a cover for the book.

However, the vast majority of them won’t even sell 100 copies of their book.

We’re talking about hundreds and hundreds of hours of work, writing, editing, proofreading, doing research, learning about marketing, social media, working towards building an audience on a blog, developing a newsletter…

Here’s the bitter truth: it takes a village to help you self-publish a book.

Why?

Because you need feedback.

What if your cover doesn’t entice readers? What if your introduction isn’t suited for your target audience?

The world’s most successful indie writers don’t just write what they want and hope others will buy their book. They write a relevant and compelling book for a specific audience.

And this is why a support system is so important.

So that you don’t end up investing a lot of time and energy into a project that won’t ever gain enough traction.

Never, ever, ever underestimate how important it is to have someone else offer you a fresh perspective, to show you your own blind spots, to help you leverage your qualities and mitigate the side-effects of your faults.

And, quite simply, this is what irevuo is all about. We’re building a community of self-publishers, who can work together, who can help one another, and who can take advantage of an ever-growing library of resources and content.

Until the end of the month, you can join this community for a one-time fee of $19.

Yes, I’m giving you lifetime access to all the resources, to a community of indie writers, creators, writers, and editors for only $19.

Come June, the price will go up to $9/month.

I sincerely hope that you won’t miss this one out. I hope that you will take part in this project, in building the next stage of self-publishing: community-powered writing, editing, and marketing.

Click here to join us today!

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