It’s time for an essential, sometimes uncomfortable moment that you maybe never thought about. It’s about your website. Do you have protection?
Author in the Headlights Syndrome is common when you realize you will be doing the majority (or all) of the book marketing for your book.
By Judith Briles Not a week goes by when I don’t get an email or a phone call with an “I don’t know what to write about” statement from an author. Some who are in the newbie realm; others who have been publishing for years. The subject could be a blog. Adding to the ezine. […]
Book reviews can make or break the success of a book. Scratching your head when it comes to Amazon and its review policies?
Authors often don’t want to hear what works to sell books. If you want books sales, doing repeatedly what doesn’t work is book marketing insanity.
Your “signature” is everywhere–in profiles, blogs, articles, your sent emails, you name it. What it says, conveys a lot.
When giving a presentation, your introduction is the “set up” to you and your message. Wouldn’t you like it to be perfect?
If your creative brain just doesn’t want to keep time as the OMG hour approaches, here’s 9 mental “tools” for writing when the clock is ticking.
I live in Colorado, a mecca for sports fans. Fans matter … and as an author, you want them to starting sprouting. So how do you create Super Fans?
Are you fiddling while your book-to-be does a slow burn? Are you working on creating the perfect book? Perfection is a myth.