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.
Gone are the days where an author simply reads, opens the floor to Q&A, and then signs books. (Can you say YAWN FEST?) Read on to find out how to get a leg up on your book tour competition!
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.
PR is more than marketing – it’s bigger, broader and has very few parameters. Entrepreneur, artisan, award-winning author Sara Dahmen shares her p/r secrets.
Booksellers, librarians, book distributors, Indie and small presses, along with the big-five publishers participate in regional book trade shows to make their book purchasing and business decisions. These tradeshows are amazing opportunities for books to vastly increase distribution and to gain visibility and book buzz.
Do you have a quick one-liner of your story to hook fast and furious interest before the elevator doors open, or the valet pulls the Tesla around? Diane Sillan Isaacs shares her Hollywood expertise.