If you haven’t been having much luck with book sales, you may want to reconsider your marketing methods. This article offers the ULTIMATE list of methods!
After writing an entire book, self-publishing it, and marketing it, the last thing most writers want to do is spend weeks, even months, writing a book proposal for it.
New school networking is great, but old school networking can be even more beneficial!
If you’re looking for a list of the best book promo sites, this article can help you out. Back by popular demand, KBoards has polled authors to see which book promo sites worked best for them in 2014. At the top of the list is Bookbub.com, followed by ereaderNewsToday.com, bKnights, and PixelofInk.com. There’s also about [Read More…]
In this touching article, an author speaks about why it’s important to remember why you wrote your first book. She tells about how an old man came by her friends’ “stoop sale” (garage sale in New York) and started talking about how he had written a book long ago, that he had self-published, and didn’t [Read More…]
Marketing your book can seem like a difficult, tedious task, but that’s why you really need to just buckle down and dedicate a full month to doing it. This author explains how he participated in National Novel Writing Month and ended up contributing 50,000 words to a new book in 30 days. He then applied [Read More…]
Bloggers are one of the most powerful outlets for marketing these days, and can be especially helpful for getting reviews about your self-published book out there. It may be hard to get in touch with some of the bigger bloggers who get sent tons and tons of books to review, but there are so many [Read More…]
As a published Amazon Kindle Author , one of the best ways to drive traffic to your Kindle book is by creating a video trailer. Get as creative as possible and remember – don’t be stuffy! 5 Ideas for Book Video Trailers For Your Kindle Book Promotion: Video tape an interview about your book. If [Read More…]
Kindle Ebook Pricing – Healthy Market Competition Will Position Amazon Kindle as #1 You may have noticed that the price of Kindle books published by mainstream publishing houses is substantially higher than self published books. This is mainly due to restrictions these publishers put on competitive pricing for their book. Since the recent e-publishing revolution [Read More…]
As a writer I always strive to provide the best quality work to my readers. There are many opportunities during your publishing journey to receive constructive feedback on your Kindle book. This article is meant to help you identify when and how to request and receive feedback from others. Receiving Feedback On Your Kindle Book [Read More…]