A guide to the 22 most common book marketing ‘wrong turns’, and how to avoid them – so you can start selling more books.
This article by Jonathan Gunson from Bestseller Labs cuts through some issues and slaps many of us across the face. It’s a good wake-up call.
As writers, many of us are introverted and so busy, we don’t interact with book reviewers enough until we need them. We spend time on social media too aimlessly. We write in too many genres.
Okay, it’s confession time: By "we" I mean me. I do a lot right, but Mr. Gunson’s post irritated the crap and lymph out of me because it hits too close to home on those three points.
(Ahem…so…yeah, if you’re interested in a review copy of This Plague of Days, email me at expartepress [at] gmail [dot] com.)
What planks in your platform do you need to shore up? Learn at the link!
PS This is Part One with 11 points to work on. Be sure to subscribe over there so you don’t miss Part Two and get 11 more points to make our book marketing course corrections.
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