Let's chat about your self-publishing book project.
Sometimes you just need to talk it out with a knowledgable person to help you figure out what you want, where you're going, how long it will take, where the obstacles are, and think about timelines. This free 30-minute "Chat with Cyn" is available in-person (Raleigh locals) or Skype/Google.
We want to learn about you!
Where have you been, and where are you going? During our chat we'll discuss what motivated you to write, why being an author is important to you, what you plan to do with the book, how you see it fitting into your life, and identify your expectations.
I’ll help you demystifying the self-publishing process
We'll talk about:
the difference between self-publishing and traditional publishing
where you see your self-publishing project going(We may find what you really need is a literary agent or perhaps just a little help in a specific area)
the pros and cons of an on-demand print service like CreateSpace and other printing methods
copyright, Library of Congress, ISBN, royalties, and ownership
example projects and associated fees
At the end of our call, you'll have a better understanding of how you see your self-publishing book project and together we will identify 3 actions items that will help you move forward. Whether you choose us to work with me or not, our chat is completely complimentary.
“I literally saved hours and hours of time! The time I spent with Cyn discussing my project helped me focus on what was important”
— Teri Saylor, Journalist
My dream come true.
“Your creativity and attention to detail brought the dream of writing my book into reality. Thank you for guiding me through a process that was unknown to me with so much fun and humor.”
— Nancy Loeffler, Author
Book & video for launch party.
"Awesome job on the book! And the illustrations you created for the voice changes in the interior are just what we wanted. Also, thank you so much for completing the video for us!
We were so pleased with the final version."
— Barton & Megan Cutter, Authors