Welcome to Author Marketing Experts’ Blog Carnival. This week features posts on social media, and book marketing, that we hope you’ll enjoy. Thank you to all of the contributors!
Sarah Bolme submitted Visibility posted at Marketing Christian Books, saying, “Without contacts or glasses, my visibility is really poor. I can’t read things on my computer screen from a normal distance without these visual aids. Without visual aids, what I see on my computer screen is still visible, just fuzzy and unreadable. Many books suffer from a fate far worse than poor visibility. Many are invisible.”
Hazel Longuet submitted Writing Tips: This Week’s Most Popular Writing Articles posted at A Novel Experience, saying, “I’m serving up this week’s portion of collective genius – articles on writing, self-publishing and marketing books, as decided by the actions of my social media followers. They’re a discerning bunch and have selected some great articles this week. So kick-back and jump into the tasty world of writing…”
Erica Verrillo submitted 15 Reading and Writing Communities That Can Boost Your Platform posted at Publishing… And Other Forms of Insanity, saying, “Reading and writing communities can be a great way to get feedback on your writing. They also host competitions for the most popular stories, which are then publicized. On some of the larger sites, notably Wattpad and authonomy, there are tie-ins with media, publishing houses, and, in the case of WEbook, a service that helps writers pitch directly to agents.”
That concludes this week’s carnival. Our weekly roundup offers the best book marketing, self-publishing, writing, and general publishing industry tips to guide authors, would-be authors, publishers and others on their book journey. Submit a post to our weekly carnival by using this link: http://amarketingexpert.com/submit-ame-blog-carnival/