Interested in self-publishing but don't know how to proceed? Would you like to see your manuscript turned into a book while avoiding the many pitfalls that await the uninformed self-publisher? Author Ellen Feld is available to guide you through the exciting, but often confusing, world of self-publishing.
The average self-published book sells between 50 and 200 copies in its lifetime.* Bucking this trend, Ellen Feld has sold over 50,000 copies of her 'Morgan Horse' series. She will work closely with you to see that your book has the opportunity to reach amazing sales figures too. Mrs. Feld will walk you through the process of getting your book printed for the least dollar amount. Then she will help you navigate the ever changing world of marketing: what works, what doesn't work, where to spend your money and where to get free publicity. From where to get an ISBN to how to garner reviews, her insights have proven invaluable.
The initial consulting session is done either in person or over the phone. Follow-up sessions are via email and there is no limit on the number or frequency of email questions.
See what others have said about Ms. Feld's services:
- "Through Ellen Feld’s direction and guidance I was able to self-publish my first novel. Ellen not only gave me the tools to self-publish, but she was available for any questions along the way. This follow-up made the process smoother and less daunting. Thank you Ellen!"
- Sandy Howell
Author of Spirit of a Rare Breed WestRidgeFarmPublishing.com
- "Ellen Feld has been a fantastic resource for me in marketing my novel. Her success with her own books has been a great inspiration to me, so I feel confident that her advice is solid and that I can get there, too, if I keep at it. She gave me a variety of great marketing ideas that I can do with limited time and budget, which was a tremendous help."
- Jennifer Walker
Author of Bubba Goes National www.authorjennwalker.com
To get a taste of the useful information you'll gain through a one-on-one with Mrs. Feld, listen to the podcast on Author's Access.