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Let's Sell Your First Book!
Marketing 101 for Brand-New Authors





E-book Available for Pre-order!

Click on button above to buy for $2 USD, directly via PayPal
The e-book will also be available for pre-order on Amazon, at $4.99 USD, from Jan 15, 2018
From building an audience for your work, to planning out marketing strategies, from working with editors and cover designers to establishing yourself as a brand. From acquiring beta readers to mastering social media platforms to promoting your book at book clubs and bookstores -- all of this and more, that goes towards selling your first-book and making it a success.
Whether you’re planning to self-publish or go the traditional way, this e-book details out the avenues that are availabe to you today to create a brand around your works and help you drive your sales.
With interviews of industry experts, publishers, PR professionals, agents, editors, published authors and agents, case studies and links to over 200 resources, Let’s Sell Your First Book! is specifically tailored for first-time authors.





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Cover Design Services

After getting commissioned for cover design by publishers like Harper Collins and Vintage Books, this year I have only recently started working with indie publishers and self-publishing authors.

Drop an email at amman.c@gmail.com for custom queries.

Services include:
  • Dust Jacket + Spine + Back Cover (for hardcovers)
  • Front + Spine + Back Cover (for paperbacks)
  • Front Cover (for e-books)
  • Interior Formats &Typesetting
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Bare Bodies by Kevin Mann

The Lost Girl of Nara by G.L. Arvell

The Moonender by Chitra Patiputra

Biryani & Other Love Stories

The Book of Girls by Hetty Boyd

Oratoria Magazine

Her Lessons of Yesterday by S.D. Gerald

London & Lycra by Carlotta Manheim


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7 Ways to Design a Memorable Food Tour
Huffington Post, 2017

I Am Not a CEO
TechinAsia, 2017

5 Ways to Branch Out as a Food Blogger
Altertrips, 2017

Biryani & Other Love Sories
Glutton, 2016

Is It Easy For Women In India To Raise Funding For Their Startups?
Huffington Post, 2016

A Chicken Roll That Won’t Let You Forget
Glutton, 2016

India in 20 Days. No, Seriously.
Altertrips, 2016

India in 30 or 90 Days. Or Maybe in an Entire Lifetime
Altertrips, 2016

How to Travel the World on a Travel Program
LinkedIn Pulse, 2016

6 Pieces of Advice on Road-Tripping Around USA
Altertrips, 2016

How to Walk Your Legs Off in Pondicherry
Tripoto, 2015

Eating out in Vienna
Tripoto, 2015

We Do Nice Things with Roast Chicken Here
Bangalore Mirror, 2014

Iced Coffee – The Lazy Way
Honest Cooking, 2012

Darjeeling and Ginger Infused Crème Caramel
Honest Cooking, 2012


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  About

Amrita is a British-Indian who always finds it difficult to sit still. She graduated from The University of Nottingham with a Masters in Architecture (what?!) and has worked in London, Mumbai, Paris, and Kolkata. She has written for The Nottingham Post, The Bangalore Mirror, The Huffington Post, Glutton Magazine, Tripoto, Altertrips and Honest Cooking. She is also the Prose & Poetry Editor for Unabashed Magazine and Editor-in-Chief of Oratoria.

Over the last six years she has been a part-time editor and book cover designer, and is now concentrating on making a full-time career shift into the literary world. She runs a newsletter where she shares tips, news, information and pieces on writing, editing, book marketing, cover design and other literary news. You can subscribe to it here!

She’s addicted to travel and is always hungry for pizza. She is also addicted to buying stationery and not using them, but that’s a story for another day.

She co-owns Altertrips and blogs about her meltdowns at The Subjectivist.


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