Saturday, March 7, 2020

Secrets from Jennie Nash Who Specializes in Coaching


Read Books All Day & Get Paid For It
Subtitle: The Business of Book Coaching
By Jennie Nash
Publisher: Tree Farm Books, Santa Barbara, CA
ISBN 9781733251105
Nonfiction/Business
Author's  Site: http://JennieNash.com
Contact Reviewer: HoJoNews@aol.com

            Off to the Best Start Possible

Jennie Nash Coaches Those Who Would
Become Publishing Industry Coaches


Reviewed by Carolyn Howard-Johnson, multi award-winning author of The Frugal Book Promoternow in its third edition and other books in her HowToDoItFrugally Series of books for writers. 

Note: Don’t decide on buying this book until you read the subtitle and this review. At first I interpreted the title to mean a book on how to make a business of reviewing books. I am thrilled that it isn’t because, as the owner of AuthorAccelerator.com and the coach of authors who have landed “book deals with Big 5 houses like Scribner, Penguin Random House, Simon Schuster, and Hachette” the author is the one to write this book to help you coach you to success with what you already know and will learn from this book. 

Jennie Nash is not above starting her book with a bit of psychology. Thank goodness. People who coach are incrementally more successful at it if they know how to inspire. To do that well, they must be inspired. Jennie definitely inspires me. 

As an author of books that started as a text for my UCLA classes on marketing books, I often lament that authors don’t find me, my books, or services until after they have made costly mistakes. If you are part of the publishing industry with a yen to help people succeed, this is the perfect place for you to start coaching, too, and avoid big booboos that happen when people haven’t done their homework or—almost worse—have taken advice from people who really don’t have the experience and credibility to help you do the job.  Letting Jennie Nash coach you to be a coach with a well formatted book will make the process about as foolproof as it can get. Further, I always say that learning from books is the most frugal way to get information that prepares you for success.  

Read Books All Day & Get Paid for It is endorsed by Lisa Cron whose books I recommend in the indexes of my books for writers. In future books and editions, this book will be listed there, too!  

Secrets from Jennie Nash Who Specializes in Coaching


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