Welcome to the November 25, 2013 edition of tips and tricks for writers and authors. We’ve got some great posts on book publicity, book marketing, self-publishing, and more. Thank you to all of the contributors.
Kimberley Grabas presents 2 Must-Dos to Make Your Book Marketing Infinitely Easier posted at Your Writer Platform, saying, “Why is it that your book marketing is falling short? You’re trying to implement as many of the tricks and tips that the ‘experts’ recommend, but few of your marketing tactics are gaining traction. Sure, you haven’t tried EVERYTHING yet, but you’ve tried enough to move the needle at least a smidge, right? There’s no question that building a strong platform takes time, and gaining momentum–even with a sound marketing plan–requires the patience of a saint. But something just isn’t jiving.”
Janel Comeau presents How to (Theoretically) Publish Your Novel and Live Happily Ever After posted at Janel Comeau, saying, “Some insight into the query process, with comments about my own in-progress querying journey.”
Erica Verrillo presents Established Literary Agents Looking for New Clients posted at Publishing … and Other Forms of Insanity, saying, “Every so often an established agent will announce that she or he is seeking new clients. Whenever an established agent seeks out new clients, it is a boon for new authors. You get the dual advantage of having someone who will work hard for you, and who has the connections to do so. Here are two established agents who are actively building their client lists.”
Steven Chang presents How To Start A Successfully Food Blog: Interview With Kavitha of Foodomania.com posted at How To Start A Blog: For Fun And Profit!.
Angela Lam Turpin presents 5 Myths about Self Publishing posted at The official website of Angela Lam Turpin, saying, “Self-published author shares 5 truths about self-publishing.”
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