Go to print as soon as your book is ready? A word of caution: Publishing a book at the end of the year may hurt you more than help you.
Are you wondering when bookstores and libraries are going to open up again and where you can sell your books in the meantime?
Twelve year old published author Kristina Olegovna Naydonova shares with us six tips for marketing our books.
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.
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.
Promote your books while watching TV. Try doing one of these book promotion activities the next time you’re sitting still in front of your favorite show.
Book launch or marketing campaign plans for this spring have been turned upside down. It’s time to discover apps that enable you to connect globally.
How should authors promote themselves and their books during this time of crisis? How do we sell and market our work during a pandemic?
One way sell more books is to create your author branding statement: a concise, one-sentence description of your book or of your body of work.