A week or so ago I wrote a post about the importance of adding an About the Author page to your books, especially if they are ebooks. They should contain lots of lovely links to anything else you have written plus your own websites. It seems that the CEO of Goodreads, Otis Chandler agrees with … Continue reading The importance of asking for reviews
Let's face it, the Amazon Listing for a particular book is a bit thin really. It comprises mostly the product description and a few tags too but we all know how important rich data is as well and it's worth knowing that Shelfari, another of the social networks for readers, allows you to add extra … Continue reading How to Add Extra Information About Your Book to Your Amazon Listings
I'm in the middle of a series of weekly (?) posts about how Authors and Writers could use LinkedIn more effectively if they wanted to and tomorrow I'll be putting up a post about the Top Ten Groups for Writers and Authors.You can read the earlier posts on the Marketing for Authors and Writers page. … Continue reading Marketing for Authors & Writers: Social Networking Can Work for Me? Yes it can work for YOU!
A little over a week ago I posted that I was about to try the new Kindle Lending Programme which gave me the chance to try offering Woman on the Edge of Reality free for up to five days. I must admit to having a lot of trepidation, I mean I had done very little … Continue reading Having Faith in FREE or feeling the fear and doing it anyway
I'd like to suggest we share a cup of coffee together and to help you get in the swing of things I've added a picture of mine. Your book is your baby, you've worked long and hard to get it to the stage it's at and it is hard not to feel downhearted when the … Continue reading How to set a realistic goal when it comes to your book