Nothing is Impossible: How Robert Adams – Navy SEAL, Doctor, and FriesenPress Author – sells books

Nothing is Impossible: How Robert Adams – Navy SEAL, Doctor, and FriesenPress Author – sells books

Robert Adams – Navy SEAL, doctor, and FriesenPress author – is always up for a new challenge. When it came time to publish Six Days of Impossible, Robert did what came naturally and dove headfirst into the world of book marketing.

With Six Days’ readership growing every month, we caught up with Robert to learn about the bookselling tips he has for other first-time authors.

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Why Every Author Needs Their Own Brand

Why Every Author Needs Their Own Brand

FriesenPress author Suzanne Forcese describes how publishing her book didn’t just change her life, it changed what she believed about herself.

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How Dinosaurs Learned to Dance: An Interview with Children’s Author Judy Cook

How Dinosaurs Learned to Dance: An Interview with Children’s Author Judy Cook

When Dinosaurs Go Dancing, the award-winning children’s book written by Judy Cook, almost never happened. Due to writing fits and starts, and a stalled collaboration, there were times when it didn’t look like Judy would be able to realize her vision. But the dancer turned first-time author didn’t give up - she persevered through setbacks and doubt, and families all across North America are thankful she did. We recently chatted with Judy about writing, her publishing journey, and the confidence she gained along the way.

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Publicity: What It Is and When You Need It

Publicity: What It Is and When You Need It

Dan Smith, founder and CEO of Smith Publicity, helps us get clear about what publicity is and what it can do for authors.

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Case Study: Using a Book as Your Business Card

Case Study: Using a Book as Your Business Card

How does the company with the largest network of digital marketing consultants in the world demonstrate value to its clients? By publishing a book with FriesenPress.

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