Here’s a blog post to help you find beta readers for your manuscript. I’m going to hold on to this one myself.
This is not only true for writers, but it is also true for professionals in any industry.
Personally I like WordPress better than facebook, because when you upgrade to the premium plan with WordPress, you can have a domain that is yours, which you can’t do with Facebook. I also like that my posts can be seen and shared for a long time on wordpress and I can choose which posts to pin to the front page, whereas they get shuffled to the bottom of the moshpit on facebook. Please read the original post to continue the conversation with the author.
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If you haven’t done so, you might want to check your google plus accounts. I just saw this post and thought I’d share it.
Here’s an excellent article if you’re looking to get your books in the hands of readers. I am already implementing some of these strategies myself, but I will have to learn exactly how to start a book club.
What marketing strategies do you use for your books?
I just wanted to pop in here to let you all know that I haven’t forgotten about you. My daughter is visiting me for a couple of weeks this month, and I haven’t had much time to do a whole lot of blogging or connecting with people on social media.
On another note, if anyone would like to write a guest blog about your writing process, writing tips, anything music related (especially if you found music to be a source of healing for you), or any inspirational writings you’d like me to share, feel free to send your guest post to firstname.lastname@example.org I’ve shared a bit of my writing with you, now I’d love to hear your thoughts and opinions of the world around you. Please send me an author bio, so I can introduce you to my readers. Thanks, and God bless you. Until next time, this is Ann saying happy writing.