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 have finished the hard work of writing your memoir. Now, where are you going to find your audience? Organizing a book tour is an excellent way to effectively promote and publicize your new book.
Your book tour may consist of different types of events—be it a presentation at your local chamber of commerce, a reading at your library or a signing event at your local book store, these types of public events help connect your with your potential audience.
In the articles below, read how organizing a book tour is clearly beneficial to you to promote your book adequately—and well.
Why does a Book Tour Work? It does so because it allows people to know, like and trust you—essential characteristics of any selling and buying relationship. Why a Book Tour Works is an original contribution to LinkedIn’s Pulse. Pulse is a blog on LinkedIn for people to post on topics of their expertise. The post […]
“Worth the time to write?” I repeated—raising my voice into a question—when a man said Denis Ledouxto me at a conference where I was speaking that most people didn’t have a memoir that was worth their time to write. “Not only is every life worth writing about,” I countered, “but the writing of a memoir […]
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.