On sale now until Easter (the Bunny made me do it!)
You may already know about tweeting your book, but do you know how effective a Facebook event can be? My newest book, written with Michelle Campbell-Scott, gives 55 different promotional methods. We know some of them are fairly well-known, but others have flown under the radar – and we want you to take advantage of as many promo methods as possible.
To make it easy, we created five different categories, based on your personality type. Let’s face it, not all of us love putting our face in front of a video camera! Whether you’re the
My Facebook friend and colleague, Michelle Campbell-Booth and I just released a book we’ve been working on for the past several months.
Make Your Book Work Harder is all about increasing your income by publishing your books on multiple platforms. In addition, we’ve added lots of cool services and sites to help maximize your promotional reach while minimizing your time commitments.
I’m so proud of this book – Michelle and I worked hard to fill it with everything we know. And, wouldn’t you know it – as soon as we launched we already had new things to add for the next edition. Anyone who purchases the group can access our Secret Facebook Group – that’s where we’ll announce new platforms and techniques. That means anyone in the group will know the good stuff before it hits an update.
At launch we’re pricing this at $0.99 but the price will go up on November 14.
By Elizabeth S. Craig, @elizabethscraig Author photos aren’t just for the backs of books. They’re also used to brand our series and connect different bits of our platform. They can also connect a pseudonym to our real name. via Pocket http://mysterywritingismurder.blogspot.jp/2013/06/author-photos.html Need a creative boost? Try the 30-Day Challenge. It’s free and it just might […]
I recently had the opportunity to review The Ultimate Guide to Pinterest for Business, by Karen Leland. You can read the review over at Amazon, but wanted to write a tad about Pinterest for writers, which is covered in the book. I was an early adopter of Pinterest but am sorry to say that I […]
I had the opportunity to be a beta tester for the Kindle Better Book Description Tool, an online service that allows users to create beautiful Kindle book descriptions on Amazon without using Amazon’s own version of HTML coding. If you’ve ever wondered how authors could add bold headlines or color fonts to their book description, […]