Check out these Writer’s Fun Zone resources — free mini-lessons — for the beginning novelist.
For your author branding, write your Clear Message and share it. Here’s my post on that: how to write your Clear Message. If you’re courageous, post your clear message in the blog comments and I’ll comment on it!
For your story, draft short marketing pitches that you will be able to use during in-person networking, online, and in print marketing. Ezra Barany, my husband — also a novelist and writing teacher in my business — wrote this post in his fun way, after people complimented him on how well he hand sold his books at a local book fair. How to Write the Perfect Pitch to Sell Your Novel In Person. (You’ll see a summary of Clear Message here too!)
If you’re already published, then it’s time to request reviews. Here’s Ezra’s article on how he goes about getting reviews. How to Write and Get Great Reviews — With Examples of a Book Review
What is your biggest book marketing challenge now?
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