Your Author Newsletter – A Must!

by | Brand Yourself

“I write books. I don’t have time for a Newsletter. That’s for those who want to sell real estate or insurance.”

Sorry. The tops in many fields have Newsletters. (NL)

If you want to catapult your writing career, you need a NL more than they do. Even more!

Here’s the why… on this one. After speaking to many of the most successful independent authors, a common tool they employ is the NL.

Let’s dig down on this.

As a creative writer, you get to leverage the tools that successful professionals regularly use.

Most of them use templates where they buy generic content about real estate or insurance and then put their name on the Header.

As a creator, you get to put your name on the Header and then personalize the content. That means you can talk about your current book, characters, thoughts… talk about your next book… ask for input… offer a free chapter, synopsis or?

The fact is you have the opportunity to create a real relationship with those who might be interested in you, your books, and your thinking about a whole host of topics. This is relationship building.

It is what all successful authors do.

If you want all the tools you need to write, self-publish and promote your book you can find everything you need in the Author Exposure Blueprint. We have a library of tools and an amazingly supportive community to help you on your successful author journey. Get started here.

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ABOUT STEVEN GREENE

Steven is a best-selling author and produced screenplay writer. After having worked through every entry level job in the entertainment industry, including Page at NBC and mail sorter at The William Morris Theatrical Agency, Steven Greene made it to Vice President and Executive Producer at Warner Bros. where he brought animation production back to the studio.

He then left corporate life to work as a carpenter and welder. Physical labor allowed the creative flow that led him to write novels and several screenplays that were produced by Major Hollywood Studios. Greene continues to be a major creative force. He writes fiction and non-fiction, sculpts, cooks and is a partner in a high-level digital marketing agency.

Steven’s books include the best-selling Addicted to Success and Surveyonomics.

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