The number one way readers learn about books is word of mouth. In this Internet day and age, that is still true. Yet, book reviews still hold enormous sway over readers, whether they’re browsing...
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Once you type “The End” on your marvelous, ground-breaking manuscript, all is not complete. You now need people to read and adore your book, and sing your story praises to the world. What you need is a book reviewer, someone who spends a great majority of their day just reading books and letting the world know if the book is a hit or a flop.
Many authors think that it is totally time-consuming to find reviews for their books. I admit, just like everything else, it takes time. You can get book reviews. But if you want to develop a long-term relationship with one of the key influencers in our industry—book bloggers—then you’ll want to learn how to get reviews for your books.
Why I Love Negative Reviews and How to Help Your Fellow Authors When They Get One by Melinda B. Pierce
For this post I’m talking about turning a negative into a positive. Think glass half full with your choice of drink.
“Do book awards matter?” YES!!
A lot of authors find marketing their book involves hours, days, years of their lives when all they really want to do is be writing. Here’s a simple task that will shave off hours of marketing your book to make marketing easy and result in more book sales.