Most authors would rather write than market. Unfortunately, books won’t magically fly off the shelves just because you write them. It takes ongoing and systematic marketing and promotion to become commercially successful.
Too many authors feel that once they’ve completed their manuscript and its been published their work is finished. Unfortunately, the real work is only just beginning. Self-published writers are joining the ranks of authors like Stephen King and Mark Twain, also self published. Would we have ever heard of them if they had just sat back after they published the book? No way!
And All You Ever Wanted to Do Was Write
Finally, some good news. The co-author of Making Money on e-Books: Smart Promoting and Offline Book Marketing: Where To Start When You Turn The Computer Off is here to help with coaching, tips and how‑to information covering subjects like:
- News Releases And Sell Sheets
- Making The Best Use Of Your MarketingDollars
- Social Media Networking
- What To Include In Your Website Or Blog
- Points You Might Want To Take Into Account In Your Marketing Plan
- Resources, Links & Tools
If you feel marketing your book is taking too much time from your writing, really hate marketing chores or are thinking you need to zero in on your marketing priorities, let’s talk.
- Get Individualized Tutoring or Coaching,
- Ask About A Customized Plan,
- Put Your Daily Marketing Chores on Auto-Pilot or
- Have Someone Else Handle the Tedious Tasks for You
Emily Hill, Novelist ~ Publisher, Small Press, A. V. Harrison – Publishing (colleague)
“This post is directed to writers, book enthusiasts, and publishing industry contacts who may be considering an association with Lynnette Phillips. I own a small micro-publishing business in the Pacific Northwest and have come to know Lynnette very well over the past [nearly] year as we share insights regarding the publishing industry and refer clients back and forth. Lynnette has become a valued business colleague and reasoned sounding board for my business decisions. I trust her judgement and am amazed by her ability to grow her business, deliver for clients, and tackle new marketing technologies for the benefit of her associates. If you are considering engaging Lynnette in a marketing project, or a book promotion, or as an editor; I cannot imagine a person I would endorse more highly. Sincerely, Emily Hill, Owner, A.V. Harrison Publishing ~ Edmonds, Washington”
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