Classifying your book properly in order to reach libraries and bookstores is an important step that can only be done through a well-trained source.
In July, I ran several ads with different email newsletter groups that target readers looking for deals. Readers sign up for free to these email newsletters to receive a daily or weekly newsletter telling them about current book deals on Amazon (sometimes Barnes and Noble). Authors can advertise their book deals in them for a [...]
A Street Team is a group of volunteers dedicated to helping an author succeed. They serve as beta readers, like and comment on your social media, and buy and review your books.
I have two different ways you can connect with me - as a reader or as a writer (or heck, do both).
You can find me over at YouTube with my own channel.
Did you know you can find me on Amazon? It is an EASY way to keep abreast of what I'm doing and gives you an easy email notification.
Instagram allows you to have one link on your profile and if you are a business you know how irritating that can be. Lately, Linktree has been gaining traction as a multiple link option. This is what it looks like: linktree gives you one link with multiple choices Once you click on the link in [...]
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The last week or so I've been working on making a book trailer series for my short story collection The Wicked Wolves of Windsor and other fairytales. Here I'll share some of the process.
Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and even Youtube all have different sized formats they prefer. Every platform seems to need a different aspect ratio, but video editing software only understands standard movie sizes. So on my quest to try to be more efficient and NOT pull out my hair, I checked out Kapwing today to see what this online service could do.