You can always choose to directly sell your book to your readers (through e-mails, call sales, website promotions, or blogs). It’s manageable—you have complete control over the entire procedure. But if you want to reach thousands, go through the middlemen. These “middlemen” are the different marketing channels—the resellers—who can aid you in the book distribution Read More »Read More » '
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As the Big Daddy in social media, Facebook has helped many entrepreneurs and marketers reach a wider audience to promote services and products.
The same is true with bloggers promoting their sites and blogs.
With its friendly interface, available interactive content, and billions of users, Facebook has become the marketing megaphone for advertising.Read More » '
It was in 2009 that the Tucson Festival of Books was established. During such time, the festival managed to gather 450 authors from all over the country, as well as 50,000 regional visitors. It’s always been a welcome opportunity for readers, writers, publishers, and agents. LitFire has been participating in the Tucson Festival of Read More »Read More » '
Your reputation as an author is as important as the book you’re writing. You’re going to need some management if you want to improve your image as a writer. In any case, being an author entails plenty of things, and author brand management is a crucial component that can’t be neglected.Read More » '
Majority of these villains have changed over time. How do you exactly craft the best villain, without it sounding overused?
Simple. Oppose the hero.
As a writer, you will always find yourself drafting exciting new characters and character plots. Antagonist, villain, evil, supervillain—the “bad man” or woman should always be there.