Winter holiday season sparks a flurry of marketing activities. In the spirit of brave, new, crazy ideas that I bring you this month’s DO THIS NOT THAT.
Whether you don’t know where to begin or you’re drowning in the number of tasks you’ve started, any author learning to market their books can feel confused.
Who did you write your book for? Where do your readers hang out on the internet and in person? Can you summarize your book in less than 30 seconds?
It’s never been a better time to be a self-published author, and there have never been more book reviewers available to the writer who decides to go indie. Book reviewers help spread the message about your book by publishing a review to their own network. But if you’re new to publishing, you have to figure […]
An important part of your book promotional plan to help you get in front of as many potential readers as possible, is publicity.
Every time I see an author resource box that makes me smile, I grab a screenshot for safekeeping. These examples will spark your creativity.
Don’t depend on friends, family, and acquaintances to start the ball rolling on your book sales and review process. Do this instead…
Once a writer becomes a published author, the “opinion” floodgates can open. What happens when all of a sudden, ugly reviews surface? What can an author do?
Each new season is a springboard for book marketing. Tie a title to winter, spring, summer or fall, and publicity is practically yours for the asking.
Spencer Michaels, author of the popular Twin Flames Trilogy, discusses what he has learned about promoting his latest book to libraries and stores.