Book marketing during a pandemic can be challenging for memoirists. These six tips will help you target your audience so you can connect with them better.
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I’m finished writing the text for my next book, A Sugary Frosting/A Memoir of A Girlhood Spent in a Parsonage. What follows is a synopsis of what I am doing to promote the book so that its natural audience is aware of it.
You’ve been writing for a long while. Your book has been edited professionally. You are ready to get your independently-published book into your readers’ hands. Let’s explore and execute options for packaging and printing your memoir.
Marketing Resources for the Memoir Writer We are often asked by clients if we could help them with marketing and promoting their books. While we do have a number of marketing articles on our Writer’s Blog, the answer is really no. We do not specialize in marketing resources for the memoir writer. While we do […]
If you need help stimulating your small business, it may be worth writing an info book on the product(s) you provide. There are many reasons an independent professional ought to write a non-fiction book that purports to tell the client how to do the very service or product that your company provides.
You have finished writing your memoir or are nearing its completion. Now you begin to think about publication. Going the route of finding an agent and waiting years for your book to be accepted, does not appeal to you. You decide to publish your own book—a realistic option in this day and age> As you […]
Ebook Publication FAQ Answers to your ebook publication questions Q. Can you give me a definite price for your ebook publication service? A. Unfortunately, other than to repeat that all our work is done at $80/hour, we can’t. Every ebook is unique. Some have few hyperlinks, tags and anchors, while others have many. Features push […]
What kind of person does well in memoir affiliate marketing? Are you one of these sorts of people? If so, you are probably a person who could do well as a Memoir Network Affiliate who engages in lucrative memoir affiliate marketing. Optimize the earning potential of your site or blog by becoming a Memoir Network […]
we package your manuscript, your photos, and whatever else you want to include in the finished book into a file that goes to the book printer. The resulting hard-copy book looks just like you wanted it to when we worked together planning it.
As part of my winter/spring virtual book tour for the Memoir Network Writing Series, I did a stop at Sandra Beckwith’s informative buildbookbuzz.com blog.