5 Steps to Getting Your Book Published

Covers of books Ruth has either contributed a chapter towards or published.

Let’s discuss five steps to getting your book published.  Now, as you probably realize, this is a very general overview of the process because publishing is not simple. It takes many steps to get there. We will dive into more specifics in upcoming blog posts. Which step of the publishing process are you currently working on? (Share in the comments below!) If you want to save yourself some time and money, schedule a free 30-minute consultation with me.

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A Great Deal for all Writers!

I want to tell you about a great deal for writers! Ultimate Bundles has put together a fantastic deal that is only available through Wednesday, June 15, 2022. My new course Twitter Spaces for Authors is only one of the many courses available in this bundle. You are able to access over $4,000 of materials…

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I Invite YOU!

Ruth with her latest book

You’re invited to participate in an anthology on one of the following topics: entrepreneurship, parenting children with special needs, adoption, overcoming trauma, standing firm in your faith.

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5 Ways to Get Clarity on Your Expertise

Ruth L. Snyder reading Equipped

Are you clear about what expertise you bring to your book topic? It’s important to have clarity on your expertise and unique contributions so that you can stand out in our noisy marketplace. Did you know that there are over 4 million books published every year? The average author only sells 200 copies of their…

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10 Surefire Ways to Make Writing a Habit

When you want to become better at something, it helps to establish some type of habit or routine. Creating new habits and routines of any kind takes time and effort. There are specific ways to start getting into the habit of writing regularly.  These are some of the ways you can learn how to write…

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Summary – Booked by Josh Turner

As a self-published author, one of the topics that interests me is how people market their products. Last week I received a free copy of Josh Turner’s, Booked to preview. Inside the book there are links to a companion video series the reader can access free of charge. Josh starts off the book by reminding us,…

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Stepping into 2016

I don’t know about you, but for me 2015 was one of the most difficult years I’ve had. There are issues I’m still working through which I can’t comment on, but in December my future was looking too dark for my comfort. I’m thankful that a few things happened in December to turn things around.…

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Author Profile – Janet Sketchley

Today I’m happy to welcome Janet Sketchley, a fellow Canadian author, to my blog: Janet Sketchley lives in Atlantic Canada, where she writes Christian suspense novels and blogs about faith and books. She loves Jesus and her family, and enjoys reading, worship music, and tea. You can find Janet online at janetsketchley.ca, and fans of…

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Author Profile – Tracy Krauss

Today I welcome my friend and fellow author, Tracy Krauss, to my blog. Tracy Krauss writes contemporary Christian romance with a twist of suspense and a touch of humor. Her books strike a chord with those looking for a hard hitting yet thought provoking read – no sugar added. Her work has won multiple awards…

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