Most author bios are more potent than sleeping pills. Fun facts practically beg journalists and bloggers to add them to articles they’re writing about you.
Webinars are powerful tools in the author’s book marketing arsenal. Here are 15 Top Tips for Webinar Wannabes.
Amy Collins and Bryan Cohen discuss the three different stages of drawing a reader towards you and your book in this edition of “Book Promotion: Do This, Not That”.
A sell sheet can be for your book, your expertise, or you as an author or speaker. It’s a slick one-sheet that brags about you.
Every self-published author out there has a powerful, results-driven, hard-working, marketing “staff” at their fingertips.
This month Jennifer Reich of Momosa Publishing was gracious enough to let me expose her past “whoops”. I hope you find this as helpful as I did!
By Joan Stewart Fifteen precious seconds. It isn’t much time. But it’s all you get if you want to convince a bookstore to buy your book, prove to a journalist that you’re worth interviewing, or persuade John Grisham to write a blurb for the cover of your mystery novel. In the world of book publishing, […]
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.