Okay, so I’ve worked with published authors for the last six years, helping each of them build their own, successful author website. But what I have never been until now is a published author. Now, I am … sort of.
I was recently contacted by a colleague, David Wogahn, who helps authors create e-books. I have sent many clients his way over the past few years, and vice verse. He was putting together a book about successful e-book publishing and asked me to write a chapter about developing a web presence. I was, of course, more than happy to do so.
Yesterday, I received the book in the mail. There it was, titled Successful eBook Publishing: The Complete How-to Guide for Creating and Launching. And I flipped my way to Chapter 37, Author Websites: From the Must-Haves to the Most Common Mistakes, with my own name as the byline.
So, of course, I encourage all of you to buy a copy of this book. I will never make a penny off of it, but I’m proud nonetheless. And if the book is as good as David is at what he does, then it’s a must-read for any author who wants to successfully publish an ebook.