Publish a book to elevate your business with Sue Richardson
So you have the desire to write a book? Or perhaps you have written before and want to do an even better job next time around? But how do you best write a book? How do you then get your hard work published? And how do you elevate your business by reaching the audience who might want to buy it? Welcome to the complex and mysterious world of books. As someone who has been on this journey and is still learning, I thought it was time we explored this important way to elevate your work on the show. I am delighted to welcome someone who can help. Since she was a small child, Sue Richardson has been mad about books. For some years she worked as an editor, mostly freelance for other publishers, before deciding to take the plunge and become a publisher herself. Today many happy clients have experienced great success with her support and direction. Join us to learn how to reduce the pain and increase the pleasure of your book publishing journey.
More about Sue Richardson:
Since she was a small child, Sue Richardson has been mad about books. For some years she worked as an editor, mostly freelance for other publishers, before deciding to take the plunge and become a publisher herself. She has published books in most non-fiction genres including cookery, design and crafts as well as books on personal and business development. In recent years she and her team have also provided book production and packaging services for small fiction houses. In 2008, her collaboration with home economist and chef, James McIntosh, led to the Gourmande World Cookbook Award for Best Series of Cookbooks, presented to James in Paris at the Comedie Francaise. More recent successes include acclaimed business books such as Win! How to succeed in the new game of business (2014) by international speaker and business guru Roger Harrop, Charismatic to the Core (2015) by the charisma expert, Nikki Owen and a jewellery best seller by bead artist Melanie de Miguel, Let’s Hubble (2015).