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?
Spencer Michaels, author of the popular Twin Flames Trilogy, discusses what he has learned about promoting his latest book to libraries and stores.
Even with the most strategic book marketing plan, you can kiss success goodbye, if you don’t follow up with the people who you want to help you.
Who should self-published authors turn to for guidance and feedback when it comes to giving away free books and book covers?
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.
NetGalley is a book review service that connects book publishers, reviewers, media, librarians, booksellers, bloggers and educators.
Amy Collins offers her experience and advice around mistakes that she and her clients have made while publishing and promoting their self-published books.
Eleven Ways to Get Better Book Reviews for Your Novel by Florence Osmund details the eleven criteria commonly used by book reviewers, most of which are good for authors to know before they start writing.
Should Authors Pay for Book Reviews? examines the recent news about the review-writing service run by Todd Rutherford, and reports in the New York Times, PW and Salon.com
Finding People to Read, Review and Recommend Your Book describes a webinar by Joan Stewart that helps authors find book reviewers and buyers