Book one in a three-part series, Permission Granted explores 45 reasons why micro-publishing makes sense as a short-term goal for all writers whether they are traditionally published, aspiring to authorhood, or dreaming about writing a book some day.
Writers who read this book will gain:
A working definition of micro-publishing and its role in the future for writers
An appreciation for how micro-publishing might fit into plans for writing success
Ways of understanding how micro-publishing works vs. how traditional publishing works
An understanding of the publishing terms all aspiring authors need to know
Support and inspiration to dare to micro-publish
A whole new respect for traditionally published authors
As an added bonus, readers may download a free list of Key Quotes From Permission Granted: 45 Reasons To Micro-publish to help them digest and remember the most important ideas from the book.
Take charge of your writing career with micro-publishing, a lucrative option that cannot be ignored by forward-thinking writers.
Permission Granted will help you give yourself permission to join one of the most prosperous publishing movements of the 21st century.
Written expressly for writers eager to pen the future of publishing with their next projects, this book is written in short, persuasive chapters. Readers who adopt the advice in this e-book will find themselves ready to write, develop, and launch micro-publications in a professional manner.
Christina Katz has been a “gentle taskmaster” to thousands of writers over the past decade. Her students go from unpublished to published, build professional writing career skills, and increase their creative confidence by working with her intensively over the years.
A platform development pioneer, Christina’s work as an expert, coach, and trainer has helped establish the concept in the minds of millions of writers, who now rely on their platforms to support their livelihoods.
Christina has helped midwife many profitable micro-publications into existence for her long-time students. The most successful of these have earned thousands of dollars for their author-owners. The future looks bright for future sales and additional projects for these or any hard-working writers who follow Christina’s micro-publishing advice.
Christina holds an MFA in creative writing from Columbia College Chicago and a BA in English from Dartmouth College. Coaching with Christina is available in direct and indirect forms for writers working from home, on the road, or abroad.