book marketing

Stop Writing and Start Establishing Your Promotional Credibility By Patricia L. Fry

Stop Writing and Start Establishing Your Promotional Credibility By Patricia L. Fry

Let’s say that you followed the advice of several publishing professionals and prepared a complete book proposal. Good for you! It’s clear to anyone reading your proposal that you have a handle on your target audience. You did a good job of showing that there is a need for your proposed book. Your synopsis and chapter outline are superbly written. And your promotional plan is impressive, indeed, except for one thing. It’s fake, counterfeit, phony, bogus.

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