Sell Your Soul: Create Great Content

Russell Nohelty

Sell Your Soul: Create Great Content by Russell Nohelty
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nonfiction Arts, Business, Comic, Fiction
For readers of:Brian K. Vaughan, Kurt Vonnugut, Douglas Adams, Terry Pratchet
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PublisherWannabe Press
LanguageEnglish
About the Book

How long have you been trying to build your career? How many hours have you spent banging your head against a wall? How much money have you sunk into shows and ads that just don't work?

Now, what if you had a blueprint that could show you all the elements you need to build a creative career without feeling gross about it. How much would that be worth to you? This book can't guarantee you a successful career, but it can give you all the fundamental knowledge you need to set you up for success because it was written by a creative for a creative. Sell Your Soul is set up in five sections: How to Make Great Content, The Basics of Sales, Building an Audience from Scratch, Making Money at Live Shows, and Launching your Product Successfully. Every creative I've ever met is stuck at one of those stages of their career, and this book gives you the tools to open those floodgates, overcome those blocks in your own career, and supercharge your career. So the question is, if this book can break you through the blocks in your own life, what is it worth to you?

About the Author

Russell Nohelty is a writer, publisher, and speaker. He runs Wannabe Press, a small press that publishes weird books for weird people, and hosts The Business of Art podcast, which helps creatives build better businesses.

Russell is the author of Gumshoes: The Case of Madison’s Father, Spaceship Broken, Needs Repairs, and My Father Didn’t Kill Himself, along with the creator of the Ichabod Jones: Monster Hunter, Gherkin Boy, and Katrina Hates the Dead graphic novels. He makes books that are as entertaining and weird as they are thought-provoking and interesting.