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Author Promo Basics: Using Twitter #authortips #MFRWorg


Author Promo Basics: Using Twitter #authortips #MFRWorg (via MFRW Marketing)
An Avatar Can Establish Brand   This post is part of a series of basic promotional tip sheets for authors. Today’s topic is using Twitter. Why join Twitter? The site can increase awareness of your author brand, and help you sell books. It’s also a…

Shining the Book Promotion Spotlight with Dave Zeltserman

Dave Zeltserman won the 2010 Shamus Award for Julius Katz, Ellery Queen’s Readers Choice Award for Archie’s Been Framed, and is the acclaimed author of the ‘man out of prison’ crime trilogy: Small Crimes, Pariah and Killer, where Small Crimes was named by NPR as one of the five best crime and mystery novels of [...]

Shining the Book Promotion Spotlight on Nell Walton

Nell Walton is an avid horsewoman and also owns two wild horses, both of which came from a herd near Elko, NV.  She is also the founder and managing editor of the online equestrian news magazine, The AllHorses Post (  She has degrees in journalism and biology from the University of Arkansas, spent many years [...]

Sherry Shumard’s virtual book tour spotlighted in Danville, Illinois’ The Commercial-News

GEORGETOWN — New author Sherry Shumard drops the names of best-selling writers as if they were lifelong friends. Paula Deen. Nancy Thayer. Claire Cook.
She can honestly say she’s “toured” with some famous authors, and they’re friends with her on Facebook.
Shumard and other authors — both beginners and well-known — have joined the online book-promotion agency, [...]

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

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 [...]

Book Tour? More Like A Safari

With publisher publicity departments backing away from traditional author tours, writers are left to their own devices (and strangers’ couches). A cat peeing in an author’s bag? A writer waking up to discover that a complete stranger has left him four jars of delicious homemade preserves? Such things are not traditionally part of book promotion. [...]

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