What more does Discovering Your Author Brand have to offer?

It’s the kind of things that you need to know when you’re ready to proof-plus that book you’re writing for NaNoWriMo.

What? You say the revelation to two secrets isn’t enough to spring your purchase?

How about these three?

Tagline vs. Logline vs. Blurb.

Book b4 Series b4 Author Brand.

Using Trailers.

Oops. Did I give too much away?

What’s the second secret to Author Brands?

Hint: Before you publish, before you contract with a cover artist, before you write your two-part market copy, you better know this secret.

No, I won’t tell you here. You need to read Discovering Your Author Brand in order to discover the answer.

And there’s more secrets in the book, such as the two-part to market copy and knowing when niche markets are important.

Find it here:


Here’s something not sexy.

A brand for writing is a contract with the reader.

Here’s two more.

Brands identify quality work with artistic effort.

They serve as a stamp of approval for the customer.

Yeah, yeah. You’ve heard that before.

Look around, and you’ll spot lots of flash-bang presentations on creating author brands. As more writers become self-published and traditional writers try to increase their marketing, the Author Brand is a hot topic.

Everyone talks about it. Few people can explain how to do it or give instructions to follow.

Well, gee, here’s another book, too. How is Discovering Your Author Brand different from the other books in the marketplace?

How do readers find the books they love?

That’s easy. Cover art.

In a bookstore, staring at 1000s of books, how do readers remember that book they finished a month ago? How do they find that writer again? And how do they know that book is written by the same writer that they enjoyed last month?

Because it’s repeat customers that make writers successful.

Answer? That’s easy. Cover art.

Yes, cover art answers both questions. And M.A. Lee discusses cover art as a Branding technique in her newest release Discovering Your Author Brand.

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