When the writing is done, do you close the file in your computer or stuff the writing in a drawer? Or, do you seriously start to plan the “what’s next”?
As the movement to self-publishing has grown, more authors are producing books that land on the bestseller lists, grab honors in book awards, and receive critical acclaim. But to do that, publishing industry insiders urge authors to take the time and trouble to make sure their books are “professionally published.” But what exactly does that […]
Another month of great marketing and sales successes to be had. Let’s get started with this month’s three tidbits of book promotion experience.
Most authors fail miserably at this essential task., Can you deliver the perfect pitch for your book in 15 seconds or less?
Should sign up for Kindle Direct Publishing’s Kindle Select Program and use the free book promotion feature? Here’s my take?
A very interesting interview with Dana Kaye, owner of Kaye Publicity, that will be useful to a lot of authors. Dana has been helping other authors sell their books for a long time.
Visual communication grabs our attention more than text. Get ready to boost your visual marketing because I’m about to explain some cool apps.
NetGalley is a book review service that connects book publishers, reviewers, media, librarians, booksellers, bloggers and educators.
Have you rushed into your book promotion when you should have done more research? In this interview, Pamela Beason tells us what she learned from trying to promote her own book.
Fiction authors know that email marketing is one of the best ways to cultivate a readership. This simple and effective approach offers surprising benefits.