Not Just From Your Work, but Also From Your Marketing Tactics.
If you are an Artist, Writer, or an Idea Person, you are in the right place. We’re going to show you how to deal with marketing your creative work in a way that invites your imagination to participate.
As creative people ourselves, we know that you have a yearning feeling—a deep wish—to connect with your very own audience of people who appreciate and understand your unique creations at an innermost level.
That longing to connect with kindred spirits often comes with a lonely sense that there is a huge and hazy distance between yourself and the audience you dream about. Even if you know where they are located, these groups of real people sometimes seem impossibly far away. Don’t despair. Your audience is out there. You can connect with your fans. We will show you the way.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Chapter 1: The Journey
Invite your imagination to participate in transforming the bridge between you and your audience.
Chapter 2: The Castle
Discover important strategies that nurture your creativity and therefore enhance your marketing capacity.
Chapter 3: The Treasure
Honor and defend your creative work as a true treasure. Then make your “creative treasures” visible and available to your audience.
Chapter 4: The Troll
As an artist or writer you must eventually confront and conquer the Troll (your fears) to succeed at marketing.
Chapter 5: The Bridge
Prepare the path for you and your audience to connect.
Chapter 6: The Doors
Create the specific doorways for fans to buy your products, buy your services, or to recommend you.
Chapter 7: The Adventure
Enjoy the larger impact of successful marketing…how sharing your creative treasures with people who care about your work is part of the grand design for creative success
the author(s), the artist, and/or the book:
“…Superb, incredible, beautiful!”
“…Stunning illustration, solid information and the clever juxtaposition of a personal story and sharp marketing advice… the treasure map to creative satisfaction and business success.”
–Rebecca Forster, USA Today bestselling novelist
“…Deeply charming and incredibly useful, a perfect metaphor and guide for the writer or artist to the “bridge” between creation and reaching your audience.”
–Leslie Daniels, author of the critically acclaimed novel Cleaning Nabokov’s House