Craft. Marketing. Blogging. Email list building. The list goes on. But, there are some skills that every indie author absolutely needs to develop.
It’s OK to imagine a review of your book in the New York Times, but not when you’re starting to promote your book or if you’re new to book publicity.
This month, I am willing to share my book promotion mistakes and goofs. So, here is the Amy Collins DO THIS NOT THAT list of goofs.
A list of 25 things for authors to have in their booths to successfully sell books at book fairs and crafts events during the spring and summer months.
By Sharon Goldinger Who doesn’t want to be a bestselling author? And if you can hit the New York Times or USA Today bestseller list, wouldn’t that be a dream come true? Most of us would say absolutely. But if you’re not a household name, what do you have to do to achieve that enviable […]
If you’re interested in purchasing an Amazon ad, let me share my experience with you and tell you what I’ve learned so far.
Three separate authors who launched books recently gathered together and shared some great stories. Use their tales and learn from their experiences!
Authors for decades have asked: “How do you get on TV?” “How do you get major coverage in the print for your books?” “How do you get on radio?”
I’d bet you 20 bucks that most authors reading this wouldn’t be willing to do what a gutsy, energetic indie author did this month.