Daily, I get questions from published authors: Is it worth it … to put in the time and energy to mount a bestseller campaign on Amazon?
Are you wondering when bookstores and libraries are going to open up again and where you can sell your books in the meantime?
When editing a novel, a writer needs to switch from self-focused — which you needed to be in the creative flow — to reader focused.
PublishDrive has shifted completely to a subscription-based model for all new accounts, completely eliminating the “pay as you go” plan for new accounts.
Designing a template for your newsletter will this save you a lot of time and help you present a consistent message to your subscribers.
The terms “book endorsement” and “book review” have different meanings and purposes. Using them incorrectly could confuse the people supporting you.
Many writers wait until they have finished writing the entire book before they give any thought to the marketing of it. I argue this is backwards.
It’s time to remaster your thinkin’ and doin’. You do know that every author needs to master the art of selling … yes? And do you know why?
Are you ready to schedule your own blog tour? Check out this list of Keri-Rae Barnum’s favorite virtual book tour companies.
If you’ve never marketed a novel before but want to, or if it’s been a long time since you have, you may hit some roadblocks as you get ready.