Wanna be part of a growing number of authors nailing their email marketing, kickin’ ass with their ad copy, and writing winning blurbs?
No more spying on what other authors are doing and swiping from them *cough, cough*.
No more reader magnets laying unread and collecting digital dust.
No more trawling the Facebook ad library for ad copy ideas.
Great, slide in to my copy cave and let’s have a chat. . .
Look, I know us indies have our work cut out when it comes to publishing. . .
We wear ALL the hats.
Oh so many hats.
But until you reach the stage where you can farm out stuff to a VA or media buyer then you’re stuck doing all the things.
And this might feel like yet another thing to learn. Yet another time suck that takes you away from writing your next chapter.
But honestly, the core skills you’ll learn from copywriting will make the job of selling soooo much easier.
Because it’s one thing to write a book but a whole ‘nother thing to sell it and build a career out of being an indie.
But imagine having a responsive email list, one full of people who can’t wait to read your emails and actually buy your book instead of hanging on for freebies.
Imagine knowing how to frame your ad copy in a way that easily attracts new readers.
Imaging not having to spend hours writing and rewriting your book description – or paying for someone else to do it.
Let’s take a lil’ rewind. . .
I started writing sci-fi and horror back in 2017. At first it was just a little blog called ‘the reluctant writer’ but then it grew into a novel that I finally published in 2020.
When I was trying to figure out how to sell books, in late 2018, I found copywriting. As a former mental health nurse, it felt like coming home. I found my writery place in the world.
So in 2020, I pressed pause on my publishing career to focus on learning how to write to sell.
Since then, I’ve worked with countless brands, from web developers to florists and photographers, from recruitment agencies to health tech start-ups and diamond jewellers. I’ve helped them grow using the power of persuasion psychology.
And now, I’m throwing everything I know about email marketing, web copy, and conversion copywriting at book marketing. . .
And I’d like to share my knowledge with you.
Start by grabbing the Author Amplifier – A guide to 7 set-and-forget email automations to help you sell books on autopilot: