Jeff Sanders signed a contract with Wiley to publish his book, The Free-Time Formula: Finding Happiness, Focus, and Productivity No Matter How Busy You Are,
This is Part 2 of a three-part series on how the writing and publishing process went down. Everything in the series was done in realtime, as it was happening. This episode contains a conversation I had with Jeff right after he'd finished his initial manuscript and The Free-Time Formula was being prepared for publication.
In This Episode:
- Who picks the title for the book you're going to write — you or the publisher?
- If you want a big audience, how “general” should your published book be?
- Rejected book ideas — what the publisher didn't want
- Researching a book publisher before you sign a contract — how to do it (and what you should look for)
- Jeff's writing process for The Free-Time Formula — how much was the publisher involved?
- The book publishing timeline — how long does everything take?
- How to write a book is six months
- Self-editing your books
- Where to get quality writing done
- Audio books — who controls the copyright?
- Selecting a launch date for your book
- Is a book deal right for you? How to tell…
- How online experts (people like you) view books compared to how book publishers view books…
Links To Things I Talk About:
- The Free-Time Formula: Finding Happiness, Focus, and Productivity No Matter How Busy You Are
- 5AM Miracle Podcast
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