Indie Publishing Doesn’t Mean You’re Alone.
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How can I market better?
My situation is this . . . how should I proceed?
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I feel lost. What do I do now? Is this the right step?
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Advertising is so expensive. How can I do it right?
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Katie Cross, was an invaluable resource when it came to successfully publishing my first novel. She held my virtual hand and walked me though the entire process. From connecting me with a team of professionals, to helping me navigate setting up my own LLC. I attribute the over all quality of my self published book to the help of Katie Cross, my own personal cheerleader!Sabrina Ramoth
For over three years, Katie Cross has been my go-to girl for all things Indie publishing. Not only is she the first person I go to for questions and advice, she’s also the first person I recommend to others. Her knowledge base of the self-publishing industry is massive, but the best thing about Katie is her approachability. She was a newbie once, too, and she makes sure you know that, which does wonders for not leaving the conversation feeling intimidated or overwhelmed. Katie helped me so much when publishing my first novel, I even personally thanked her in my acknowledgments! Summiting the mountain of self-publishing knowledge is an epic feat. Doing it better, easier, and more efficiently with the help of someone who has already been to the top? Priceless.Beth Teliho
“I’ll be honest, I wouldn’t be a published author if it wasn’t for Katie Cross’ help. If you need a kick in the rear to get into gear, no one can help set you up for success like Katie. She’s organized like a bawse, and she can help you get yourself on track. If ever anyone is interested in Indie publishing, my first tip is to start following Katie’s blog and emails, to learn from the best. If you’re considering this path, you won’t regret it.”Kelsey Keating
While struggling to determine whether I should traditionally publish or consider independent publishing, I was truly fortunate to have struck up a relationship with the extraordinary indie author, Katie Cross. She generously shared everything she had learned on her publishing journey with me. She knew just the right questions to ask to help me make the right decision. Did I want to solely own my rights to the books I wrote? Did I want to exercise complete artistic and creative control of my books, or did I want to face the possibility of rewriting my work based on publishers’ opinions about what was currently selling? Did I want to control my cover designs? Did I want to choose my own editors? Did I want to make a 12.5% royalty for approximately six months while my publisher helped me market my book in that very limited time span, or would I rather have a 70% royalty forever? Did I want to risk my books someday going out of print? Not only is Katie a knowledgable professional, she is an amazing human being who will genuinely have YOUR success and best interest at heart. I promise you will never regret contacting her. She is worth every penny!LL Reynolds
More About Katie Cross
I firmly believe that not everyone is a good fit with self publishing, and that’s okay.
I have over five years of professional writing experience, with more than three years of self published genre fiction. I constantly publish books in multiple genres, manage all my own social media and marketing, attend conferences, kiss my toddler constantly, and I always have chocolate on hand. I’m a runner, a hiker, a mom, a military wife, a dog lover, an author, a book devourer, and an extrovert that lives in the mountains. When it comes to the challenges of managing life, marketing, books, and more, I’ve been there, done that.
When it comes to the highs and lows of self publishing, I got you.