Authors constantly seek the best book promotion tools, especially since virtual marketing options change and appear almost daily. In this guest post, award-winning former publicist Sandra Beckwith (@sandrabeckwith) provides five tried-and-true book marketing techniques for you to try.
The Goodreads blog recently published a detailed case study about how Celeste Ng’s second book became a best-seller. “Case Study: How Penguin Press Made ‘Little Fires Everywhere’ a Roaring Success” outlines the publisher’s marketing support, which includes Goodreads activity.
Nick Spalding is the bestselling self-published author in the UK. He recently signed a six-figure book deal. His romantic comedies Love… From Both Sides and Love… And Sleepless Nights were the first and third-best-selling self-published e-books in 2012. With Amazon saying 15% of Kindle sales come from authors with no book deal, here are his top 10 tips to succeeding in a crowded field.
Did you just get a new Kindle Paperwhite? You’ve made a great choice — the Paperwhite offers the best combination of features and value for money and you’re going to love using an eReader. But if you don’t know how to start using your device, you’ve come to the right place.
Amazon has made reading books on Kindle as simple as clicking a button every couple of minutes. That has led to many overlooking the rest of the Kindle’s abilities. Most users don’t look past the standard Kindle features. Here are some tips to help you get more out of Amazon’s ebook reader.