Yes, reader relationships are needed for successful book launches! #SocializingWithInternetStrangersForTheWin HOW-TO build and maintain readership relationships on social media.
BISAC codes are used by booksellers, librarians, teachers, and others who need to categorize and catalog your book. But as an author, you can use this coding system to understand your book in the context of all the other books out there.
Writing craft methods and tricks of the trade are shared by Jacquie Rogers, award winning Western fiction author, in this informative blogpost. Her books are known for being smart and sassy with a nod to Shakespearean comedies.
Yes, there are things an author can do to ensure that her book has the best chances for publishing success. It may feel overwhelming when you start, but when the connections and preparations start compounding and spreading, it can be life—and career—changing.
A very special weekend with Kathy L. Murphy, the Pulpwood QUEEN herself here in Bellingham, Wash. - the Chanticleer Reviews headquarters. The weekend will feature her exclusive workshop where she will share her secrets of success. All aspects of publicity will be covered.
A welcome addition to the female detective mystery/thriller genre steeped in exotic locales, alluring hints of romance, bullets flying, people disappearing, and just enough humor to wrap it all together for the perfect read.
Congratulations to the 2016 SOMERSET Awards First In Category Award Winning Contemporary/Literary Fiction Novels.
Congratulations to the 2016 Paranormal Awards First In Category Award Winning Paranormal and Supernatural Fiction Novels.
The world's catalog of ideas and images is Pinterest. Millions of people are looking for books to read by imagery. Pinterest allows authors to access these potential readers.
Spoils of Olympus II: World on Fire by Christian Kachel – Historical Fiction/War & Military/Post-Alexandrian Greece
“A master tactician and student of war, Kachel brings history to life - upfront and personal- an engaging foray into the chaotic aftermath of Alexander the Great.”