NOVEL OUTLINE TOOL KIT
This tool kit contains Character Outline and Novel Outline worksheets complete with How To instructions. These tools make it easy to see the characters, scene settings, and interactions contained in each chapter and the flow between chapters. Move scenes around as your novel outline becomes more detailed and complete. Keep your storytelling flowing without any holes or lulls in your book.
Ten Truths All New Authors Should Know.
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A major trap that authors fall into on Twitter is trying to get too many people to buy their book.
Of course, as a self-published author your goal is to get people to buy your book, but constantly repeating “BUY MY BOOK!” (or some variation) on Twitter will get old very quickly and cause your readers to stop following you.
You worked hard to get a reader to follow you, you don’t want to lose them!
To keep yourself from falling into that same trap, you need to find something else to tweet about it. Here are 5 ideas of stuff that you could tweet about that aren’t just the same ol’ “BUY MY BOOK!”.
It is possible, if not desirable, for an author to launch an effective book-marketing campaign without a publisher’s support or assistance. Mainly, it requires time and energy. It may also require some monetary investment to hire a publicist, PR firm, or marketing consultant to advise and assist you. The good news is that, by the time your second, third, or fourth book comes out, you should have a solid base of readers to work from—a base that was developed from marketing activities associated with previous launches.
Remember that a comprehensive book-marketing campaign uses a combination of ...