promoting your writing

How My Bookstore Signings Led to a Traditional Publishing Contract and Film Consideration! By William Creed

How My Bookstore Signings Led to a Traditional Publishing Contract and Film Consideration! By William Creed

Being self-published, and trying to see your creation become successful, can be a daunting task – especially if you have no one to counsel you. I’ve written several books and have close to a hundred book signings under my belt. The result is a traditional publisher signed me to a multi-book contract, and these books are carried by Barnes and Noble and several other chains now. In addition, my first book is now under consideration by a film company. That’s the good news.

Using Comment Marketing to Promote Your Writing By Daryl George

Are you a talented writer struggling with your marketing efforts, unable to attract clients or build buzz about your services? Don’t worry, you’re not alone. In fact, marketing is one of the biggest challenges that writers face today. With many writers having a tiny or even non-existent budget with which to market themselves, it can seem almost impossible to get the word out about your skills and the excellent services you offer.
However, there is a way to effectively market yourself as a writer for free, and promote your services to thousands of people, all with only a few minutes work per day.
Of course, I’m talking about comment marketing…

How I Make Video Book Trailers – Douglas Boren

Most authors quickly discover that simply writing a good book and getting published are just the first few steps. All of us are required to quickly learn how to promote and market their work as effectively as possible. Book trailers are one way to do this…

Simple Ways to Grow Your Market Share By Susan Sundwall

We’re used to hearing the term in relation to finances with visions of bulls and bears dancing in our heads. But, let’s expand our definition of market share a little bit. Once you’ve cornered your niche market, figured out what what your readers love, and capitalized on it, you nonetheless should be exercising a flexibility that leads to growth. Think hard on the following points…