Book Sale; The current sales of Love Inn and An Unexpected Performance are going bye bye today and tomorrow so if you haven’t gotten yours yet, get thee to Amazon and buy buy. So…what’s new? Here, there is SO much going on I am meeting myself coming and going. I bought a bunch of books at the used bookstore in Booksellers (our local indie bookstore-and yes an INDIE bookstore has used books!) and haven’t had time to dive in yet. All of them are mysteries so I am a happy girl. I have finished the latest buy of Cleo Coyle’s
Welcome to part three of my little series on how to stand out in the book market. You can read part one here and follow the link here to get part two. It’s pretty much a no-brainer on the ways to do this, but I do hope I put a little bit of a new spin on it. We all are wading along up to our necks in books. Amazon probably didn’t even know it would be such a hot commodity when it decided to become a distributor for books so many years ago. (it was over 20 years ago
What is working so far as marketing your book is concerned? I can recall a great number of things that used to work and work well. But in reality, book blog tour and Goodreads giveaways for promoting your new release is SO 2011. They have joined the ranks of things that used to work. Along with a slew of other things, like a constant stream of “my book is free” and “my book is 99 cents” on every site that would allow it. Now? Not so much. Book buyers are smarter, more savvy, and way way more into mobile apps.
This post is being brought to you by what I learned from reading Christopher Vogler’s book The Writer’s Journey. If you never heard of it, or haven’t read it, you really should, because it is one of the best writing books out there(in my opinion). According to CV, books (and movies!) are broken into three parts : Act one, Act two, and Act three. In case anyone is wondering, we are still in Act one on my blog book. And in those 3 parts a reader gets to know the main character(s) normal life, what the problem is, how the
Good morning fellow writers! How is it going? Are you following along in the How to Write series? Do you have any questions? I am here to give you a little update and talk about plotting and pantsing. I took off the fourth of July to celebrate our glorious Union, got into the writing chair late that evening and finished the first chapter(click here for first chapter). I also penned Sunday’s blog post. I am doing more writing at the moment than I have done in a few months. It’s wonderful. I hope you are also being productive. You should