Since 2011, Book Marketing Mentor Judy M. Baker has coached hundreds of authors, giving them the tools for monetizing their books, guiding them from feeling overwhelmed to taking action and turning content into cash, without going broke or crazy.
“Marketing is a conversation and everyone is in sales” are lessons she learned working with wine pioneer, Robert Mondavi. Presentations to the Bay Area Independent Publishers Association, Redwood Writers, Napa Valley Writers, Women’s National Book Association, and the Bay Area Consultants Networks have earned praise.
Judy wrote and self-published her first book at 16. Her stories and poetry appear in anthologies from Redwood Writers Press. Judy is working on a memoir/guidebook proving women with ovarian cancer can take charge of their treatment and recovery.
Her book on marketing for nonfiction authors is coming in 2023.
Judy created this logo as a student in the Applied Graphics Program at Santa Rosa Junior College. Her love of color, typography, and communication contribute to her visual and verbal messaging. Her designs begin with the meaning and emotion desired in the eyes of the audience.
Master of Organization Development
Mindful Marketing Communication Ninja
My Cancer Story
Do you struggle to do everything yourself without getting the results you want? What if you could change the conversation and win everyday?
In this episode, Judy reveals how she turned a life-threatening event into an opportunity for growth and happiness. She applies her life lessons to the process of rebooting books and infusing authors with inspiration to take action with joy and intention.
Yahavy and guest Judy M. Baker have a conversation about what it means to be a book mentor, trends in publishing, ways of removing creative blocks, and reframing challenges as opportunities for growth.
If you have published a book and it is just sitting on a shelf or in boxes in your basement, learn what to do instead to relaunch your book with tips shared between branding experts host Lee Caraher and guest Judy M. Baker.
The importance of marketing your book after it is published without losing your mind, your time, or your money.
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