How to Sell at Conventions
Book three of the Writing Conquers the World series.
What’s in this book?
Over the time I’ve been self-published, indie authors have asked me the same questions. How do I sell at a convention? How do I prepare? How do I sell more than five books?
It happened so often, I decided to create a book dedicated to teaching my convention sales techniques to authors. Not only can authors use these techniques, many apply to other artists and creators, too.
What do you get?
I’ll walk you through several booths, interactions, and what was done right and wrong. You’ll read about real experiences and the techniques I use to have a profitable event.
Grab this book and grow your convention sales.
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