The Quick Tip Engine
Welcome to the Author Engine. This free intro course is the perfect place to get started!
The Quick Tip Engine explores bite-sized portions of all our most popular courses, but it also gives you quick, actionable marketing items that you can put into action to grow your readership today!
In this free course, you'll learn tips to...
- Increase newsletter engagement
- Grow your list through four types of Facebook ads
- Design a custom brand kit
- Put your ARC team and street team to work
- Increase your writing output
With these lessons you'll also learn whether Melissa's teaching style is for you and which of her courses are the best fit for your unique needs.
With just five quick tips, you'll be ready to interact more with your readers, put forth a strong brand presence, find new readers who are the perfect match for you, and meet your word count goals.
Want to learn, but not excited about the video format? Not to worry! Each video is accompanied by detailed notes, which you can either read in place of watching the videos or go through in order to brush up on the lessons a second time.
Melissa Storm is a New York Times and multiple USA Today bestselling author of Women’s Fiction, Inspirational Romance, and Cozy Mysteries.
Despite an intense, lifelong desire to tell stories for a living, Melissa was “too pragmatic” to choose English as a major in college. Instead, she obtained her master’s degree in Sociology & Survey Methodology—then went straight back to slinging words a year after graduation anyway.
She loves books so much, in fact, that she married fellow author Falcon Storm. Between the two of them, there are always plenty of imaginative, awe-inspiring stories to share. Melissa and Falcon also run a number of book-related businesses together, including LitRing, Sweet Promise Press, Novel Publicity, Your Author Engine, and the Author Site.
When she's not reading, writing, or child-rearing, Melissa spends time relaxing at her home in the Michigan woods, where she is kept company by a seemingly unending quantity of dogs and two very demanding Maine Coon rescues. She also writes under the names of Molly Fitz and Mila Riggs.
Contact her at [email protected]