Authors wondering how to market books on Amazon usually overlook the most important thing: strong metadata. Welcome to my first installment of a new regular column called Metadata Review!
Congratulations! You've finished your book and you're searching for book marketing ideas, guerilla marketing tactics, social media book promotion, articles on how to publicize your book, how to sell more books on Amazon, book marketing tips and tricks… And I'm about to burst your bubble. Brace yourself.
Selling books on Amazon is tough work. You've got to make sure your books is coming up in search results, and then you have to win out over your competition. Here's how you can tweak your book cover to do just that.
What can you do from day one to be your publicist's new favorite author to work with? I present to you three hearty tips for making your publicist's life easier and to help them help you!
I love learning. I'm back for another graduate degree, in English, and I'm so excited. Nerdy-excited. My reading list for this fall is just... Ahh!
Here are nine of the books I'm reading for my courses this fall.
Work smarter, not harder. Your time is limited, so each minute you spend on marketing and promotion for your book needs to be as effective as possible. Understanding the basics can ultimately save you time and generate more sales.
In this workshop, you'll learn what to do, how to do it, and when to do it, whether you're working with a traditional publisher or publishing your book independently.
This current co-production between the IRT and the Seattle Children's Theater is like stepping into Anne's diary and living her life from the time her family flees to the attic through the time of their capture, and beyond. The play faithfully follows the lives of the real Frank family as they flee into hiding in Amsterdam during World War II.
Step One: Label the Enemy. Animal. Vermin. Cockroach. Rat.
This weekend, I found myself reflecting upon a personal inner conflict from a couple of years ago involving a household name that’s suddenly back in the headlines.
Here are three of my favorite voices in poetry, books, and songwriting who also happen to be brilliant visual artists.