Professional Books Need a Professional Looking Media Kit
Author Media Kits - Starting at $45
An author press kit media kit can be a single sheet that covers the basics about you as an author or highlights one specific book. The primary purpose of a media kit is to present yourself and your book as concisely and as professionally as possible. It can vary in context, complexity, and appearance, but most will include basic information about the writer's services or recent projects, and “how to order” information, which bookstores and libraries will consider must-have information.
A professional media kit is an important marketing tool for authors or professional speakers. Not everyone needs a full-blown press kit. However, almost all writers are asked for basic bio information at some point in their career, either in preparation for an interview, by their publisher, or as part of the promotion of a workshop or book signing. It helps to position you as an expert in a compelling way. Having the information on a website helps, but sometimes it's nice to have something in hard copy to give out at events. Having this information prepared ahead of time can impress an editor or potential client. This invaluable marketing piece reflects your distinctiveness, importance, and style as it displays your expertise, services, clients, testimonials and background. A media kit makes you look professional, and it captures all your information in one place. You’ll want to include everything a reporter, a podcast or webinar host, a reviewer, a blogger, really anyone might want to know about both you, and your book. An author press kit media kit can be a single sheet that covers the basics about you as an author or highlights one specific book.
We design your press kit and include the elements that best market your book. The cost of putting together a press kit can vary widely. Our media kit creation service starts at $45. You will receive a PDF file with all the components you desire included from the list above. We can do the design and print and help you write your copy as well to make sure you your kit is compelling and stands out from the rest.
Book Basics: title, ISBN, publication date, available formats, word/page count.