It's been a few months since I dropped back into writing, and one of the first things I did, was to look back at some of my previous work, if only to remind me that at some point in the past, I had been able to do it, and hopefully that would encourage me moving … Continue reading The Making Of A Sinister Six – #1 Die, Blossom, Bloom (Novella)
How To Find The Best Time To Tweet [Lab]
Any Twitter users out there? Join me today, as I go about finding the best time to Tweet. **This is a 2020 update to a previous post.** This turned into a MUCH bigger post than I had first envisaged, so here's how I'm going to manage this: Experimenting, and the tools and methods you can useScheduling, and … Continue reading How To Find The Best Time To Tweet [Lab]
15 Things I Learned After Reading 100 Query Letters – A Writer’s Path
Query letters are something I have found perplexing. Finding these tips over on A Writer's Path should help... by Katie McCoach A few weeks ago was the submission review period for the annual RevPit contest. During this review period, each editor has one week to review submissions from authors in order to make … Continue reading 15 Things I Learned After Reading 100 Query Letters – A Writer’s Path
A Beginner’s Guide to Creating an Email List for Free
So what's an email list? You know email, right? You know lists, yes? Well an email list, in its most basic terms, is a list of email addresses and possibly names of people that have given you permission to send them updates and information about you and your products. Email marketing, if you want a … Continue reading A Beginner’s Guide to Creating an Email List for Free
Meet and Greet: 2/18/17
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Author interview – S. Boseley
Today I'm excited to be the featured author on Don Massenzio's blog. He interviews authors about their upcoming books, and today, I get to talk about my novella, Die, Blossom, Bloom. Thanks Don! DM: What is the title and genre of the book you want to tell us about? SB: My novella, my first book, is Die, Blossom, Bloom. … Continue reading Author interview – S. Boseley
Social Proof: What is it and how do I get it? [with infographic]
Have you ever walked past a nightclub with a large queue outside and thought ‘What do they know that I don’t? I need to get in that club.’ Have you ever read a testimonial from a famous author, saying how good a certain author’s new book is? Did you think ‘I need to check out … Continue reading Social Proof: What is it and how do I get it? [with infographic]
Guest Blog – Launching and marketing your book by Alannah Foley Pt2
Last time we featured Alannah, she was talking about building an author platform and having a long-term plan. Check out that post HERE, or read on for the second part of Alannah's post on launching and marketing your book. How did you approach the marketing of the book once it was launched? I have to admit … Continue reading Guest Blog – Launching and marketing your book by Alannah Foley Pt2
Would you like more FREE Horror Fiction?
Well, that's what I'm offering anyone that is reading this blog post. Some of you follow this blog, and some of you might just have stopped by (hello, by the way), but that's no problem as this offer is open to everyone!* My novella, Die, Blossom, Bloom (order here) is now available to order. If you … Continue reading Would you like more FREE Horror Fiction?
Guest Post: launching and marketing your book by Alannah Foley Pt1
Today I have been fortunate to host Alannah Foley (aka The Pyjama Writer), author of Cosy Mysteries, Campervan Capers, Cycling Widows, and more… I asked Alannah to give us an insight into the methods she used, from writing her books, through to marketing and promoting them. Alannah has packed a lot of information into her answers, … Continue reading Guest Post: launching and marketing your book by Alannah Foley Pt1