In a previous post, I discussed how to pre-market your book and create buzz. Many writers are tentative about this process: how can I market
Did you do Part 1 of the social media clean-up yet? If not (and come ON already, why not? It’s not like you have writing or work to do.
It’s the end of the year, so why not take a little downtime (haha, what’s that) and clean up your author bios and social media accounts?
It’s crippling, isn’t it, the self-doubt and anxiety? That feeling you get when you tell someone you’re an author. What a fraud. Who are
Many writers are exhausted by book marketing — even those who haven’t released their book yet. Sometimes, simply the thought of where
You work hard on your blog content. You try to provide value, write in an engaging voice, and include killer images so people will enjoy every
I don’t know about you, but I receive hundreds of AutoDMs (automated direct messages) on Twitter, or private messages on Facebook, or private
Last year around this time I was starting up my new author assistant business. I dove headfirst into purchasing a brand logo, a new website,