Here is a book cover checklist for authors who are looking for ideas on how to get their books featured in the media.
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In this wide-ranging and fun interview, author/blogger Joanna Penn is interviewed on research, ideas, genre, process, and tips for a creative writing career
The topic of the latest #BBchat on Twitter was marketing strategies, and authors and literary influencers from around the world contributed. One of the main strategies was setting goals and outlining a marketing strategy, but it was also discussed how interesting content was important as well. This article offers tips on creating compelling content for [Read More…]
Many writers think that the only way to gain readership is through social media, but you should never underestimate the power of traditional marketing
Do you ever have those days, where one day you feel like you hate writing, and the next day you love it? We all have those ups and downs of being a writer.
In this uplifting and inspirational article, you’ll realize that you are not just an author, but an artist as well. That being said, what are you doing to brand yourself as an author? Don’t sell yourself short. You are just as creative as a painter, musician, or actor. These are your peers, and you should [Read More…]
Getting your book written about in The New York Times is still the biggest prize for authors, but it’s also the most difficult one. Here’s some tips on how to make it happen!
Despite the growing popularity in social media trends, blogs, and workshops, there is still a very big advantage to using email marketing to promote your book.
All authors and writers have their certain habits for when they write, and this new info-graphic shows what they are. Some of the habits compared are which writers preferred writing at night versus during the early morning, and which preferred coffee or tea. Another category shows which famous authors wrote fast, and which ones took [Read More…]