This is where your story begins.
Before I tell you about all the ways I can help you, I’ve got some exciting news! I did it. I wrote a children’s book. The Witches Three Count on Me! has been an amazing journey. Please join the parade as I share the back-story of WHY I wrote it, who the co-author is, come along as I bring you into the collaboration with my illustrator, and much more. Publication is September 2021. Stay tuned for updates and events. I look forward to sharing my children’s book with you.
I am so glad you found me. Let me guess. You are in the beginning stages of writing your book and visions of best-seller lists dance in your head or maybe you have just completed a manuscript and marketing isn’t your thing. It’s daunting just thinking about it. Am I right?
I get it. It’s a noisy world of books out there.
Your book is going to go out in the world and do things you can’t control. That’s where I come in.
My name is Lynda Bouchard and I have been advising, working with, traveling with, writing about and creating marketing campaigns for authors and publishers for over 20 years. I know how to navigate the ever-changing landscape of the publishing world. I know where the pot-holes are and I help you avoid them on your way to success.
Every story has a story. What’s yours? Together we’ll go on a deep-dive to find it. We’ll dig around for ‘outside the book’ ideas while I help you discover and craft a nuanced message that will be uniquely yours. The end result is a more creative, engaging and meaningful message about the book you’ve spent monkish hours writing. It will make all the difference in the world for your readers.
I think outside the book. I find connections in the unrelated. I believe that marketing is part of the creative process – not separate from it.
Successful marketing is about telling the better story.
Let’s begin with yours.
“Marketing a book is even harder than writing one. I learned so much from Lynda. She’s focused, she gets stuff done and she’s fun to work with.”
David Oakley, author of ‘Nobody Eats Parsely’