Book Marketing tips, ideas, resources, and success stories.
I have discovered that many book authors hate marketing books. That’s too bad, because it can be the most fulfilling part of the job — that interacting with potential customers, with people whose lives you can change, with readers who will respond in the most interesting ways. Today I’m reprinting a guest blog post from Leo […]
Ricki Wilson, author of Maggie’s Fall, has created a wonderful free service to feature other independent novelists. It’s called Indie Spotlight. Here is what she says about her service (http://www.rickiwilson.com/how-to-get-your-own-indie-spotlight.html): I created Indie Spotlight as a means for Indie authors to have a tool to promote their novels. Send me a jpeg of your book […]
Author’s Question: My wife and I have several children’s books and poetry books out to the public and for sale as paperbacks at PublishAmerica.com, CreateSpace.com, and Amazon.com. We also have ebooks on Booktango.com, BookRix.com, and Smashwords.com as well as audiobooks on Meeqi.com and AXC.com. We market constantly and have contacted several newspapers asking them to […]
John Kremer’s Book Marketing Tip of the Week November 28, 2012 – December is Digital Media Production Month Awards Show Mania Month, Art and Architecture Books Month, Caribbean Tourism Month, Universal Human Rights Month, Identity Theft Prevention Month, Read a New Book Month, National Drunk and Drugged Driving Prevention Month, Made in America Month, Colorectal […]