How to Promote Your Book (Part 2): Book Tours, Publicity, Video Trailers and More
How to Promote Your Book: Press Releases, Media Pitches, and Promotional Materials
from Chuck Sambuchino at Writer’s Digest
April 11, 2013
The Discoverability Challenge: With More Authors Self-Publishing Each Year, How Will Your Book Get Noticed?
from Joanna Penn at The Creative Penn
E-Publishing – Don’t Give Up!
from Sally Jenkins at Nick Daws’ Writing Blog
February 7, 2012
Happy Tuesday, dear writing friends!
Holly Lisle’s official website: A huge resource for writers – many writing courses and articles to be found here.
Elizabeth S Craig on Twitter: Tweets many quality writing resources and articles throughout the day.
April Brown’s Writer’s Resources: Categorized writing articles/resources.
The Indie Exchange: For authors, bloggers, and readers.
KindleFinds: They promote eBooks that don’t suck (seriously, it’s their tagline).
Master List of Writers on Google+: Post from Debbie Ohi.
Write or Die: I’ve posted this one before, but it’s worth mentioning again. Click if you’re having trouble meeting your word count (like so many of us creative souls; daydreams are so much more fun).
Grammarly on Facebook: Grammarly isn’t a free service, but you’ll want to “like” them just for the status updates (lots of humor).
Rules of Fog: Free on Amazon Kindle
Highway to Hell by Alex Laybourne: Free on Amazon Kindle