Category Archives: book marketing

Goodreads is a great book marketing tool #ThrowbackThursday

It’s #ThrowbackThursday. Join me as we look back at a blog post from April, 2017: Goodreads is a great book marketing tool Goodreads is a great book marketing tool for writers. Who would you rather target? Someone on Twitter or Facebook who might be interested in reading your book, or an avid reader? An avid…

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Use Facebook Groups for Book Marketing #ThrowbackThursday

How to use Facebook Groups for Book Marketing Today’s #ThrowbackThursday post looks at how to use Facebook Groups If you’ve selected Facebook as one of your social mediums to connect with your customers (whether they are a reader, a music lover, or someone who buys the widgets you produce), think about how to use Facebook…

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Avoid Sagging Middles and Lackluster Endings #AuthorToolboxBlogHop

How You Can Have a Riveting Book Without Sagging Middles and Lackluster Endings The following is an excerpt from my book, The Plot Thickens: 21 Ways to Plot Your Novel. A link to buy can be found here. The second chapter addresses how to avoid sagging middles and lackluster endings. The novel’s middle is vital…

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