Publish your ebook – today’s options

Date & Time: 
Tuesday 7 February, 12:00am (2017)
Tuesday 7 March, 7:30pm - 8:30pm (2017)

Important dates

Online materials available: Tuesday 7 February
Live webinar: Tuesday 7 March, 7.30pm - 8.30pm (Sydney time)

If you want to publish a professional-looking ebook in the most efficient and effective way possible, this course is for you. Included is a one-hour live webinar during which Steven Lewis will answer your questions.
 Don’t waste time by making mistakes or getting frustrated. Learn from a professional.

This course has six modules comprising 34 lessons on the following subjects:

  1. Introduction to epublishing
  2. An explanation about ebooks and ereaders
  3. Turning a manuscript into an ebook
  4. Distributing your book
  5. Pricing and promotion
  6. Pitfalls, conclusion

Participant requirements

This course requires internet access and a computer.

How courses work

You will be given access to a series of short video lectures on all aspects of the topic. Watch them online at your convenience (and download them to keep, if you wish) then join Steven Lewis and other course participants for a one-hour webinar where he will answer the group’s questions live. Submit questions in advance or during the webinar. Although you might have access to the videos before the start date for the course, questions can only be submitted and requests for technical assistance made during the period the course is officially open.
 After the final webinar, it will not be possible to ask questions and you might lose online access to the course. It is advisable to download the videos as you go. You have them on your own computer to keep.

About the presenter

A journalist and writer for nearly 20 years, Steven Lewis has written for The Financial Times, Esquire, GQ, The International Herald Tribune, and other publications around the world.
 His ebooks have been bestsellers, and the groundbreaking research into online publishing that he co-authored with Dave Cornford is cited internationally.
 Today, his content marketing agency, Taleist, helps companies and individuals tell their stories online.

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ASA members $150

$150.00 AUD

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