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Tag: marketing for writers

Why Writing Isn't Enough—The Savvy Writer's Guide to Success

Many of you introverted writer types are totally cringing right now. But if you want others to know what you’ve written, you have to do more than shut up and write. Writing is only half the battle. We have to market it—tell people about it and hope to God they’ll listen.

Brain Games—Are You Unwittingly Killing Your Book Biz?

I’m going to show you some cool tricks that will help you reach out to readers and improve your book sales and up the effectiveness of your promotional efforts.

WHY Are We Writers? Understanding the Why Behind the Buy

  Now that NaNoWrMo is finished, congratulations to those who WON. I only made it to a little over 34,000 words *sad face*, but I did it with Shingles so I am grading myself on a curve 😛 . As a writer, being delusional is totally acceptable. I’m actually not too far from finishing the …

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Book Promotion that Makes an Impression—Don't Advertise When You Can PADvertise

Since most of us are neck-deep in work and NaNoWriMo, I thought it was time to talk about something OTHER than writing. How are you going to MARKET that NaNo novel by December 3rd, 2014? Only amateurs need “revisions” *rolls eyes*.

10 Tips to Organizing a Kick Ass Online Book Event

The book launch. The discoverability blog hop. The big Christmas sale. You know you need to do it, that it will be good for your book, but the MOUNTAIN of work looming makes you want to run for Netflix and Big Bang Theory reruns.