“Karen Hodges Miller’s How to Sell Your Book Today is a treasure trove of information on selling your book in the current digital marketplace. Her primary theme—every day you’re not marketing your book is a day you’re not selling your book—is backed with plenty of suggestions on how to maximize sales by targeting potential readers and reviewers…especially… Continue reading Rick Van Etten
“Karen is exactly the kind of speaker you want – professional in every way. Working with her was a breeze, and the value provided to my audience was substantial.She stayed ‘on topic’ (which was exactly right for the audience), delivering information and action steps in a concise, easy to follow, warm and engaging manner.Karen was… Continue reading Cindy Carothers
In the dog-eat-dog world of self-book publishing. One woman stands out amongst the rest. Karen Miller! She has always been both honest and caring and has been there to offer positive suggestions. Karen strives to see all her clients obtain a bright future in the world of publication. The patience of a saint. She will… Continue reading Timothy Patrick Means
The Client: Jeff had been working on a book project for many years without completing it. The book was aimed at middle school readers, and while fiction, could easily be used by classroom teachers as supplemental material in a variety of areas, including history and environmental science. Jeff needed an editor and a coach to… Continue reading Case Study-Jeff
As a writer who has recently had my novel published, I knew that with the expertise of publisher Karen Hodges Miller that my work would be handled professionally. With over twenty years of experience, she has an exceptional eye for editing and proofreading. Although most editors and publishers, I’m sure, could claim similar credentials, Karen… Continue reading Karen Stary
Not sure that I was capable of writing a complete novel that others would want to read, I worked solo for several years on a manuscript, hired an editor on the internet, and self- published Beginning Again at Zero in 2016. However, unfortunately I knew nothing about self-editing or marketing. But, I did prove to… Continue reading Jack Saarela
Writing is by nature such a solitary activity that writers may often find themselves second guessing the validity of their words, often deleting and rewriting in a forest of overlapping pathways, often bringing a writer into confusion, if not self-doubt. But writing to be published should not be a solitary process. Working with Karen, I… Continue reading Meryl Carmel
The Client: Melissa had a not just one book in her head, but an entire series. A lover of fantasy, she had been working on the first book in her five-part fantasy series for several years. She needed an editor and a publisher.
The Client: Sharon was a teacher with many years of experience working with special needs children. She wanted to write a book to help launch her second career as a motivational speaker for school districts, teachers’ groups, PTA’s, etc.