The long process of writing and publishing your book feels like you’ve crossed the finish line after running a marathon. But unlike a road race, you’re not done. The success of your book depends on approaching people, companies and groups and asking for their help to publicize, promote and sell it.
Don’t forget about freelancers, one of the most valuable types of writers, when looking for journalists and reviewers to write about your book.
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.
An important part of your book promotional plan to help you get in front of as many potential readers as possible, is publicity.
Don’t depend on friends, family, and acquaintances to start the ball rolling on your book sales and review process. Do this instead…
Do This Not That for July 2017 discusses the pros and cons of exclusive rights and selling all your books only through Amazon.
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.
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!
What the Art of Storytelling Can Teach Us about Marketing by Jason Kong offers five reasons why being a fiction writer can make you a better marketer.
How to Improve Your Fiction Marketing Through Peer Collaboration: 11 Quotes From the Experts by Jason Kong offer suggestions from experts on how to jump start your book promotion.