The journey of writing is fraught with difficulties and many of them can catch you before you finish even your first draft and sometimes even before you start.
My own interpretations of how Facebook can be beneficial as a promotional tool for authors.
When you’re trying to promote your new release, one of the most important things you can do is ask readers to post a review of your book online. When I’m looking for a new book, I take into account how many reviews that particular book has on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, or the Kellan Publishing Bookstore.
But, like every other millennial, I’ve grown up on the receiving end of it. While I don’t imagine I’m conscious of every bit of tailored marketing I receive, I do know this: if it feels too much like marketing, it can backfire.
Science fiction is based on speculation. Without that speculative element – the warp drive, time travel, eugenics, rogue A.I. or what have you – it wouldn’t really be science fiction.
Believe it or not my romance novel, More Than Love, started as a creative writing project for a college course.
Before the advent of online ebook publishing, the publishing industry was in an entirely different realm. There were two main roads: traditional and self-publishing. Then the Internet came and everything changed. Now, all bets are off
If you don’t know anything about marketing with social media, it can feel like a daunting task. But with a little research, I’ve learned quite a bit about an important platform: Twitter. Here I’m going to share with you a few of the Twitter marketing tips that I’ve learned.
Writing a good story is just the first step: getting it published means finding the right publisher AND formatting your manuscript correctly.
What does it take to sell a story? What do you need and where should you go? What is the best method and how does one achieve said method? Well, in my short stint as published, I’ve learned there are many and all of them are pretty hard. Get ready to roll your sleeves you because the easy part is definitely over.