Instead of wondering “How should I use social media?” The real questions should be: “How can I continue to create in other ways that bring me joy?” And, “How can I engage with potential readers and share my work with others?”
In Katlyn’s blog post last month, she discussed the benefits of reclaiming your book rights from a publisher. This week, she shares how to move ….
For years, Katlyn was a contracted author who had little control over her books after they were published. The lack of marketing for her books after their “season” and low royalties made her feel like a failure, but when she got the rights back to her book, she had a new sense of purpose to keep these books published on her terms. Her article explores the ins and outs of rights reversion and why it is important for the long-term vision for your book.
Aspiring novelists typically know they need a completed manuscript to land an agent or publisher, and certainly to self-publish their book. What they aren’t sure about is whether they need a social media presence, so today we’re answering your #trending social media questions. Let’s go!
While brainstorming your pitch, you may be wondering: Which details should be included in the pitch? Do we reveal the ending? Where do I even start? If this is you, keep reading.
Authors: to get noticed by Google, consider these three easy SEO tips—then tweak and update your strategy as you see what works for you.
As most literary agents will tell their writers, a platform can help your career if done well. But first things first: what is a platform?