In this special bonus episode of Novel Marketing, we answer YOUR book launch and book marketing questions. You can watch a video version of the Q&A below.
Learn why and how to put your indie book up for pre-order on Amazon. Lacy Williams also shares when it’s a bad idea to put your book up for pre-order.
In this episode, we talk about writing short stories that readers have to get more of. On the show today is one of the best authors in the world to talk about the subject best selling author, James Scott Bell.
In this episode, we talk about how to build your email list before your book comes out. The key is short stories, they can help your marketing in more ways than just growing your email list.
In this episode, we talk with an author-friendly CPA about the impact of the new 2018 tax plan on authors. This is the biggest change to the tax code since the 1980s. Come April 15 you will be glad you listened to this episode!
Email Marketing is the #1 tool for driving book sales. In this episode we talk with Bryan Cohan about how to craft the kinds of emails that readers want to see.
GoodReads giveaways, one of the most cost-effective book promotion tactics, are changing. Here’s everything you need to know about giving away books on GoodReads.
Now is the best time to start building your platform. This episode, Thomas & James talk about what to work on and what not to waste your time on.
Your book’s front cover may get someone’s attention, but your book’s back cover copy gets their money. That copy can make or break your book promotion. Learn how to write amazing copy.
In this podcast episode, we tell you what will thrill your readers on your author website and make them want to come back.
If you’re using regular Chrome you are missing out. In this episode, we talk about 12 extensions to help make you a more productive, better writer.
Free pulsing is a special way to make your book free for one day that can dramatically boost book sales. But only if you do it correctly.
These mistakes could ruin your book sales. They are easy to avoid, once you know what to look for. Make sure your book cover is not killing your marketing.