Blogging helps you build audience, share and test content, build your author and book brand, and may even help you write your book. Whether or not you already have a blog site, this course will help you define how it can best tie in with your book-writing efforts and streamline your ultimate book marketing.
Now available to non-fiction writers everywhere, FreshVoice's exclusive Blog Your Book course will help you answer questions like:
*What's the blog-to-book process and does it make sense for me?
*What are the benefits of blogging my book?
*What are the steps, tools and resources I can use to blog my book?
*How do I map my content?
*How do I choose the right title?
*How do I figure out how many posts I'll need to write?
*When my blogged book manuscript is complete, how do I publish it?
FreshVoice courses are not theoretical, or general information. They are actionable, hands-on activities that will help you write the best book possible.
It's meant to be an exciting and worthwhile journey, with concrete deliverables, exclusive videos and diagnostic tools that will keep you motivated, creatively challenged and on track to achieve your goals.
Suzanne is an experienced coach, facilitator, author and publisher. She holds s Masters Degree in Adult Education (with a specialty in online learning) from the University of Calgary, and a bachelor in Journalism & Mass Communications from Kansas State University. She has written two non-fiction books to date, Through the Rear View Mirror: The ASL Paving Story; and Birth of a Boom: Lives & Legacies of Saskatchewan Entrepreneurs. She is currently working on her first novel.
Suzanne founded Indie Ink Publishing in 2010 as a creative content services company and boutique non-fiction publisher. Though small, having produced fewer than 20 titles, Indie proved its passion for producing high quality books from authors with fresh voices. In the process, Indie won several international book awards for its titles, and has produced a Canadian best-seller. In 2016, FreshVoice purchased the assets of Indie Ink, as Suzanne moved from Canada to the Seattle area, where she now provides author coaching, online training and publishing services for her clients.
Along the way, Suzanne became one of the first publishers in Canada to experiment with crowdfunding for books and authors, and now serves the National Crowdfunding Association of Canada (NCFA) as an Ambassador. She blogs about crowdfunding, and delivers webinars and workshops in addition to her Crowdfunding for Authors & Publishers courses here in the FreshVoice Academy.
A Renaissance girl, Suzanne's 35-year career has included writing of nearly every kind, including two original albums of swing/jazz/pop music. She has won numerous writing and production awards from national and international organizations like CASE, PubWest, The Kansas Bar Association, The Great American Song Contest, the Song of the Year competition, and others.
She is founder of The Pink Notebook Project, a blog and research project that will culminate in a book and supporting online training in the next several years. She is also an active blogger for FreshVoice, Huffington Post, BookBaby and other blogs.
During her professional career, Suzanne worked in advertising and public relations in New York City, and was PR Director for two research-intensive Canadian universities over a period of 15 years.