Dr Jon Drane has developed a new Self Publishing Lab which allows writers to reach audiences faster.The new laboratory style approach helps self-publishers navigate and choose the right providers and apps in their self-publishing journey in the post manuscript phase.
The new offering is called Dr Jon’s Self Publishing Laboratory or in short JDSLAB.
Dr Jon’s lab is just like a science laboratory where he explores different formulas (formulae) and methodologies for self publishing.
As Dr Jon is a researcher as well as a writer he has developed skills that allow him to analyse the best ways of getting his books and articles out there and being read.
The scientific method involves testing scenarios, just like mixing chemicals in a test tube to create the right formula. Sometimes they work, sometimes they just fizzle and other times they lead to great discoveries.
Self Publishing Alchemy
Alchemy turns lead into gold. Publishing alchemy is similar and involves the special interaction that your writing has with a reader that means it is like a rare gem stone that is cherished forever.
Dr Jon says:
‘This is why we write. We write to reach and inspire. This comes before the desire to simply ‘sell your book’ or ‘get your book on the best seller list’.
We write for one person only – Our Audience of One. The person who is inspired by our ideas’.
Join Our JDSLAB Group (Free)
The JDSLAB Writers Laboratory is a free membership (no trial period) which provides access to our special webinars and online laboratory including our lab kit tools and templates for different self-publishing situations. You only have to submit your email address and first name. No other details are required. We also do not bombard you with marketing emails.
Our objective is to create a community of practice in the self-publishing realm which allows writer’s to navigate and choose pathways to success.
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Thanks for Learning about JDSLAB, we hope to see you at one of our webinars or just enjoy the content. Good luck with your self-publishing journey.