We’ve had a busy week here at WWW as it was time for some early spring cleaning on our own website pages and author offerings. First, you’ll see a new look at our home page:

Author-Gold-Medal-ServicesThis lets our tribe get to where you need to be faster and more efficiently (and we’re all about efficiency!)

We’ve also revamped our Approved and Stellar Partners page. Logos of the participating companies are each live links to let you learn more about their participation, and, in the case of our publishing partners, direct links to their pages. Our Approved and Stellar partners are divided into four categories:

Stage 1. Coaching/Editing/Ghostwriting

Whether you’ve just begun your book planning and need a ghostwriter or coach to get the job done, or you need quality editing services, these partners are ready to help (and offer competitive pricing to WWW readers as well as special discounts to Winner Circle members).

Stage 2. Professional Publishing Partners!

We work with a select few partner publishers; some offer traditional publishing deals, some hybrid models, some self-publish models, and some a combination of those. We offer discounts to their authors on WWW services; they offer special services to folks we send their way. Take a look at what each has to offer to see if there’s a fit for you.

Stage 3. Perfect Prep / Dutiful Distribution!

If you’re self publishing and/or creating your own imprint, we heartily recommend these very fine companies to help you put your best foot forward.

Stage 4. All the World’s Your Stage!

The book is out; the website has launched. You’re blogging and sharing fabulous content with your social media outlets. Though, like those late night infomercials shout, “But wait, there’s more!” Here are our favorite choices that will offer you plenty more bang for your marketing buck.

Stay tuned as we’re ironing out the special offer details for several more partners to join us in 2015!

Have an idea to share with us or a question? Please weigh in with your comment below…

2 thoughts on “Where Writers WIN!

  • February 21, 2015 at 6:29 pm

    Hi, I am a new author with my first book “Rendezvous Tahiti” to be published July 1st. I don’t have a lot of funds for promoting. How critical is it that I find a Publicist and do their services overlap with the responsibilities of the publisher?

    • February 22, 2015 at 2:36 pm

      Very few overlap these days but suggest if you don’t yet want a publicist you begin with a careful DIY campaign that addresses pitching reviewers, book clubs, local press and book stores (resources you can easily find in our vetted resources in the Winner Circle!)

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