August 13, 2019

Getting noticed is hard and it gets harder all the time, but if you've already done Steps 1 and 2 (You can read the articles here) of Effective Book Marketing, Step 3 will make sure that eyeballs you get turn into fans. 

That's what we're going for here. We don't want a...

August 6, 2019

One of the Best ways to sell your books? Through your Fans. Why? Because when someone reads your book and connects with it on a deep level, they want to share it. This is something that you should encourage as a writer. 

How do readers find new books? How do you fi...

July 30, 2019

Why do you need to brand yourself as an author? What is the importance of that? 

Think about how you find new reads. Where do you go to first? Your favorite author? Your favorite genres? Have you ever been able to decipher who a writer is by their tone and the words the...

July 23, 2019

Marketing is simpler than we think it is. We tend to ascribe it the feelings of annoying someone, getting rejected, and feeling vulnerable. Or we picture the sleazy car salesman who pretends to care about you long enough to lock you into a sale. 

Neither are actually wh...

July 16, 2019

Let's say you're just getting started with your book marketing, and you're not sure how to go about it. You have no audience of your own.

How do you get eyes on your work? 

There are so many strategies and techniques that you can try, but the quickest way to introduce yo...

July 9, 2019

1. Get plenty of rest so your brain is refreshed and ready to work.

Tired brains come up with some crazy stuff, but aren't the best organizers. To get the most out of your writing time, set a time when your brain will be in the optimal mindset. 

2. Keep a routine so that...

July 2, 2019

Because "good enough" isn't good enough. It's boring, common place. Your work shouldn't be boring and common place. If it is, maybe it doesn't inspire you enough. 

The kernel of inspiration should sprout an amazing little tree that grows in all directions, and you...

June 25, 2019

Annoyed at my husband for not sharing a life-changing tidbit with me, I realized how big word of mouth really is. 

I could have been saving money for months with this tidbit if he'd on