The Writing Life

How to Overcome Book Marketing & Money Challenges With Chautona Havig

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It is possible to make a full-time living as a writer. One way to do so is to write one book that sells like crazy. Another way is to write a bunch of books.

Our guest today makes a full-time living with her writing. She has written over 70 books.

Whether offering a critique of a writing sample, helping with formatting, helping with marketing efforts, or redesigning an ineffective book cover, our guest has a passion for serving the author community.

Chautona Havig, welcome to the Christian Publishing Show.

Links:
Grammarly Pro
Chautona.com
Chautona.com/news

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