An overview of medium.com to help you decide if this is an avenue to explore. Medium.com can help novelists grow their following and get comfortable blogging.
Let’s welcome back Holly Adams as she shares with us “Thinking of Doing the Audiobook Version of Your Book? Part 2 .” Enjoy!
You imagine your favorite (or least favorite) literary characters in your mind’s eye, which is part of the magic of reading. Have you ever been disappointed by the casting when they made the book into a movie because then that character didn’t fit the image you had in your mind?
My name is Hayley Guertin, and I live in Ontario, Canada with my mom and my dog Jax. I got into reading when I was 10, and even before that, I used to pick books over toys anytime. My hobbies include listening to music and working on reviews. (I feel like I’m on a dating website.)
Many small business owners and entrepreneurs may think that blogging is just one more chore to add to their marketing list. But actually blogging for your business can be fun and create results, as long as you know what you want from your blog and how to go about getting that.
Over the years we’ve come across a lot of resources, and have collected a lot of tips and tricks on how to create a killer blog title, or headline. (Why do they always use the word ‘killer’? Isn’t there a word that’s equally impactful that doesn’t imply death and destruction?! It’s probably one of those “trigger words” I’ve come across. But that’s a topic for another blog post. End rant.)
Your blog is not the place for your novel – well not all of it!
Congratulations, you finished your book and you want to get it published. However, did you realize that you need to market your book extensively once the writing is done?