Should You Consider Author Coaching?

No matter what stage of the publishing process you’re in, you likely have questions and need answers. Naturally, you’ll face some confusion, especially with all the varied advice and information out there. In fact, authors searching for answers often only come up with more questions. There’s no need to wonder why many authors become overwhelmed. That’s where author coaching comes in.

Author coaching can help you succeed by giving you the advice you need to make informed decisions and avoid detrimental mistakes. Ideally, an author coach is an experienced professional who knows the ins and outs of the publishing industry and what it takes for authors to achieve their goals. Author coaches should be able to offer advice on everything publishing related, from how to determine your target audience to where to distribute your book. Any author who has questions and who wants to increase their likelihood of success should consider author coaching, but not from just anyone.

At 1106 Design, we’re dedicated to helping authors achieve their full potential, and we’re known for our exceptional handholding. If you hire us to produce your book, we’ll provide unlimited coaching and support at no extra charge. However, you may already be published, you may not yet be ready to move forward with your project, or you may simply have your own process already in place and want a little guidance along the way. We still wish to help you. That’s why we implemented our new a la carte coaching and support service.

We offer our independent publishing support via email. We’re happy to thoroughly discuss any publishing issues or questions you have. Telephone support can be added on. To learn more about our coaching and support service, please feel free to contact us or visit this link. We can’t wait to help your book achieve its full potential.

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