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Monday, November 7

On Your Mark...Go With Me to The Bookshelf Muse

I'm over at The Bookshelf Muse today (and tomorrow, cause I got a little long winded. It's a big topic!) talking about marketing. So pop on over and say hello, share your thoughts and wander around.

A sneak peek...
After I sold my first novel, (The Shifter) I spent weeks scouring the web looking for advice on how to market books. I knew it was important, but had no clue what to do. It’s been four years now and I’ve learned—and tried—a lot of different things. Some worked, some didn’t, and some I wished I’d done differently right from the start.
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4 comments:

  1. That was a great post! You are a wealth of knowledge :) I love the cards, I would never thought of that.

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  2. Thanks so much for guest posting--marketing is so hard and what exactly a person needs to do is such an unknown. Seeing exactly what it looks like on your end and what we need to prepare is so helpful!

    Angela

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  3. I love my cards. I have an advantage since I'm a graphic designer by trade, but they're very easy to do these days.

    Marketing is rough. The worst thing is you never really know what works. Hopefully I gave a wide enough overview that folks can pick and choose what sounds interesting to them, and maybe even give them ideas of their own.

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  4. I love the Bookshelf Muse and am going right over to read your post. What I don't know about marketing could fill the Pacific Ocean :)

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