Free Webinar: 5 Steps to Selling More Books Through Copywriting

Writing a rich, compelling book is just one step toward the goal of a successful writing career.

Selling your books is a challenge no matter how strong the prose inside your books may be.

When it comes to a sustainable author career, copy-writing is a skill that all writers could stand to improve upon.

After all, the description accompanying your book doesn’t just describe what the book is about; it needs to compel your ideal readers to click that BUY button.

Join Kobo Writing Life Director Mark Lefebvre as he hosts Bryan Cohen, author, podcaster and copywriter in a FREE WEBINAR entitled “5 Steps to Selling More Books Through Better Author Copywriting” on Wednesday June 15th at 2 PM Eastern.

This isn’t the first time that the two have joined forces. Author and expert copywriter Bryan Cohen and Kobo Writing Life Director Mark Lefebvre go back several years. Not only have the two hung out at conferences in three different states and chatted together on various podcasts (Episode 51 of The Sell More Books Show &  and Episode 40 of the KWL Podcast), but  the two have also written a “text message” style live ghost story together for a Kobo Writing Life / Viber Halloween promotion last year!

This live training session will teach you simple systems to write sales copy that’s as impressive as your active setting. If you’ve built up your prose-writing skill over our time together, then Bryan’s free tips and training may be the next step for you to take in your writing journey.

Click on the image below or right here to register for this free invaluable session that will take place on June 15th.

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