Category Archives: marketing

author websites

Author websites . . . what a pain, but hey, when I decided I wanted to write for publication, I knew what I was getting into, and one of the marketing tools at my disposal was some form of web presence. I … Continue reading

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book marketing at the library

I am a great lover of libraries, not simply because I work in one, but because I was practically raised in a library. My father would gather us all together every Saturday morning for a trip into town to the … Continue reading

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more book trailers . . .

My good friend Jonathan Sanders sent me this book trailer for a New York City bakery that he loves.  See the trailer for Babycakes: Vegan, Gluten-Free, and (Mostly) Sugar-Free Recipes by Erin McKenna.  Where do they get all that energy … Continue reading

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the twitter phenomenon or to tweet or not to tweet

For all the twittering twits out there, I have to talk about Twitter. For the purpose of this post, I’m going on the rank assumption that everyone knows about Twitter. If you don’t, go to Twitter and sign up for … Continue reading

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book trailers – the gentling box

I’ve heard of book trailers, but I had not actually encountered one until today.  If you want to see an awesome book trailer go to Lisa Mannetti’s web site and scroll down to see the book trailer for her novel, … Continue reading

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