As the Tucson Festival of Books approaches, LitFire aims to promote authors on campus. Once again, the Tucson Festival of Books looms on the horizon. By that, more and more authors, publishers, and agents are opting to participate in what is perhaps one of the biggest book festivals in the country. The Tucson Festival of Read More »Read More » '
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In this age of hard selling and deliberate consumerism, you can barely go five feet from your home without running into an advertisement of some sort. Billboards, magazines, television, radio, and in recent years, social media, have all become too familiar that the competition has become grueling and even more difficult. And this is no different in the publishing industry.Read More » '
“How would I be able to promote my book on my own?”
A lot of authors are not very keen about promoting their own book because writing is often a solitary work, while marketing is about connecting to a bigger network of individuals. But if you are someone who is hoping to make money out of your talent, you need to treat it as a business.
Sales is important for many writers and book publishers out there who are in it to make waves in the world of writing. With that in mind, one can be forgiven for saying that sales is one of the most important aspects of publishing a book.Read More » '
Freelance writing can be fulfilling for those who’ve been garnering success in such trade. And nowadays, many have ventured into the world of freelancing. It’s apt to say that freelance writers can pretty much have it easy once they’ve gained some considerable reputation among those looking for freelance writing services.Read More » '