I had the honor and pleasure of being a guest on Cori Wamsley's Superstar Women Entrepreneurs Media Network podcast: Page-Turner's Studio with Cori! I share how to navigate imposter syndrome to be more visible as an author and how to leverage your book for your personal brand. Yes, we concentrate on authors in this podcast, but these tips can be used for anyone who needs to gain visibility! Subscribe to Page Turner's Studio with Cori for tools, tips, and resources that empower and connect the dots and help women entrepreneurs make a big impact.
"Imposter Syndrome is one of the biggest things that will really hold you back from playing full and living your best and happy life." - Merliee Smith, Mind Mastery Coach at Coach with Merilee. Things get real when I chat openly and honestly with Merilee about actionable tips for kicking your Imposter Syndrome to the curb once and for all!
I sat down with Cori Wamsley of Aurora Corialis Publishing to talk about social media best practices for authors, especially those writing nonfiction. We cover why a social media presence is important for authors, what platforms are recommended for an author, when an author should start talking about their book, and more! What we’ve found is that, even though many of our authors already have an online presence, they need a little help working their book into it. And, if you don’t have an online presence yet, it can be doubly confusing and frustrating! Check it out and let me know your thoughts! ~ Kelli
Amy Hooper Hanna and Holly Joy McIlwain, authors of For She Who Grieves, put their book out a few months ago. I sat down with publisher Cori Wamsley and the authors to chat about what has worked for them to both sell books AND use the books to get speaking engagements, make connections, and spread their message. Listen in for some of the most important tips for success when you become an author and you're promoting your book. ~ Kelli