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Thomas Umstattd Jr.
Thomas has been in the publishing industry for over a decade an author, literary agent, marketing director, podcast host, and CEO of Author Media. He has traveled the world speaking at writing conventions, sharing his special approach on how to build a powerful online platform. Thousands of writers have attended his popular workshops and breakout sessions
There is a misnomer that pitching is just about getting an agent or editor interested in your traditionally published book. The pitch for the agent is just a tryout. The reason agents care about a book’s pitch is because readers care. Whether you write fiction or...
In this episode of Novel Marketing, you will learn how to record your own audiobook using Hindenburg Narrator. Do I need an audio version of my book? According to The NPD Group, ebook sales for traditionally published books went down in the first half of 2021....
There is one moment in the movie The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe where a rhinoceros charges at the White Witch during the climactic battle. Before the rhinoceros can get to the Witch, a little gremlin cuts off the charging rhino at the ankles, causing it to...
How Do I Promote My Book Using a Media Tour? There are three primary media outlets you can use to promote your book: Paid Media—This is when you buy advertisements on someone else's platform. Amazon, Facebook, Radio ads, etc. Owned media—This where you promote...
Are you struggling to get new people to sign up for your email newsletter? It’s one thing to convince your friends and family to sign up, but how do you convince a stranger to give you her email address? Strangers don’t care about you. They don't even know who you....
When it comes to writing books, one of the most popular book writing applications is a piece of software called Scrivener. Unlike Word, which is designed for everyone, Scrivener is designed for authors. Using Word to write a book is like trying to screw in a screw...
Learn the 3 reasons some average books are perennial bestsellers while other well-written books aren’t.
Independent authors need marketing tools and skills to be successful. Learn how one indie author reduced his reliance on gatekeepers and sold books directly to his readers.
Find out why you should delay your book launch, how long you should wait, and what to do in the meantime to improve your book’s chances of success.
Goodreads is one of the most effective social networks for authors. Learn how to use Goodreads to connect with readers and sell more books.