Have you ever thought about becoming a blog tour organiser?
- Maybe you just love authors and want to help them promote their books.
- Or maybe you want a bit of extra pocket money and want to turn this into a professional side gig.
- OR MAYBE you want to take this thing full time and make promoting books YOUR LIFE. Is that possible??
Now is your chance: learn how to organise professional blog tours and get paid doing it!
I’m teaming up with Danny from Bewitched Bookworms and together we’re going to unlock all the tour oragniser secrets!
- How do you get started?
- What’s a tour organiser’s job?
- How do you forge relationships with publishers?
- Is there a difference between working with publishers versus authors?
- How much can you charge?
- Can you do this full time?
- Is it a stressful job?
- How do you protect yourself (legally)?
Danny has been a co-runner of the successful book touring company Kismet Book Tours for several years now. We’re going to quiz her about her business until we’ve got all her insider secrets! Muahaha!
Join the free, LIVE event on Saturday!
This interview is going to take place LIVE, on camera, online on Saturday, October 3rd at 5pm UK London time.
- 9am west coast (US)
- 12pm east coast (US)
- 5pm London
Register for free!
Be sure to register for this epic, live webinar so you don’t miss out! The URL where you can tune in to the live interview will go out to everyone who registers.
Hopefully the first of many “Build a Bookish Business” webinars.
As I told my awesome subscribers a few weeks ago, I’m hoping this will be the first of many live interviews. I want to show people that you can build your own business around books.
Getting into publishing can be hard. There are only so many positions and the competition is fierce. But joining a publishing house isn’t the only path.
You can turn your passion for books into a career.
Whether it’s part time or full time, you can make money from promoting, loving, and creating books. I’m hoping to team up with successful bookish business owners to show you what’s possible.