Posts Tagged ‘book promotion opportunities’

New Book Promotion Opportunity: 1st Author Interviews offering free interviews

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This just popped in my email a little while ago and I thought I’d pass it over to you all.  They are open to submissions now and best of all, it’s FREE!  In case you want to leave a small donation, they have a place for that, too. ;o)
Dear Author,
Since you have a book [or [...]

Shining the Book Promotion Spotlight on Kim Baccellia

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Kim Baccellia has always been a sucker for the paranormal. She blames it on her family’s love for such things such as having picnics at cemeteries, visiting psychics, and reading her mother’s copies of the daily horoscope. She even had her own horoscope column in middle school, which was a big hit!
Kim’s other works include [...]

Shining the Book Promotion Spotlight on Moonlight Fall’s Vincent Zandri

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Moonlight Falls author, Vincent Zandri, is an award-winning novelist, essayist and freelance photojournalist. His novel As Catch Can (Delacorte) was touted in two pre-publication articles by Publishers Weekly and was called “Brilliant” upon its publication by The New York Post. The Boston Herald attributed it as “The most arresting first crime novel to break into [...]

Going on a virtual book tour? Here are some things you should know.

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Your book has just been published.  Or maybe it’s going to be published in the next month or two.  Regardless, authors are signing up for virtual book tours the moment they hear about the exciting ways they can promote their books with them.  There is no better vehicle to sell your books online so I [...]

Effective book marketing using Facebook, news trends and Skype

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I found a really interesting article called “32 Ways to Use Facebook for Business” at WebWorker Daily. There were several reasons I liked it, but the main reason was how Facebook can be used as a highly effective business tool. Authors need to keep in mind that their books are their business [...]

Book Promotion Tip of the Day: Make me laugh and I’ll follow you anywhere

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I’m going to keep it light and simple.  Make me laugh and I’ll follow you anywhere.
In my Pump Up Your Blog e-group last Friday, The Cajun Book Lady was telling us about an author who guest posted at her blog that morning.  His name was Brian O’Mara-Croft, author of Lost in the Hive (PublishingWorks) but [...]

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