In my post on Monday, I mentioned a service called Query Mastery but wanted to do a full post to make sure you knew about it. Query Mastery is an awesome service created by my friends Natasa Lekic (former editor and founder of NY Book Editors) and Rachel Stout (former agent at Dystel, Goderich & […]
I’ve mentioned previously that the blogosphere is feeling a little quieter lately, but maybe I’m just not looking in the right places. What are some of your favorite still-active writing and publishing blogs? Who’s out there still innovating and keeping the people talking?
Unless you live under the Rock of Gibraltar you probably heard that Beyoncé released a new album. Instead of the usual massive fanfare, with advertising, talk shows, billboards, sandwich boards, carrier pigeons, mimes, and cereal box prizes, Beyoncé’s new eponymous album just appeared on iTunes. Her entire advertising campaign for the launch of the album […]
Over at The Facebook there are now many different options for authors who wish to have a presence there. Should you have a public Facebook profile? Should you create a dedicated author page? Should you create a dedicated page for your books too? Should you throw up your hands until Mark Zuckerberg gives you some […]
This is a guest post by Jon Gibbs, which was promoted from the Forums. More info on Forum promotion here. 1: ‘What a terrible tragedy in the news today. I had a similar situation take place in the book what I wrote. Here’s a link to the purchase page, in case anyone’s interested.’ You don’t […]
I somehow missed this post the first time around, but Red Pen of Doom wrote a post at the end of last year that, while extremely complimentary of my physical appearance (blushing, RPofD!), pointed out that my social media following has not resulted in the same number book sales as, say, Snooki. Who, yes, has […]