Does promoting your book have to be a horrible exercise in self-shilling? No!
Join this zoom meeting with promotion guru Anthea Sharp and come away with real, actionable items that will help you reach the next level in your book-promotion quest.
Book Promotion for Indies. And tips for traditional routes, too!
Sunday, July 25, 10 to noon
There’s a new world out there, and promoting your book should keep up with the times. In this workshop, we’ll cover the many different ways authors can find and connect with their readers, regardless of who holds the publishing reins.
And while there are a million things you can do to promote your book, you don’t have to do ALL of them! Anthea will explore the various promotion options out there, and go over the pros and cons of each. Some of them will feel easy and doable to you, others won’t – and that’s fine. Here’s a quick look at what we’ll cover:
Making sure your product is the best it can be – including cover and book description.
Effectively using your direct presence as an author, via your website and newsletter, as well as social media.
How to successfully cross-promote with other authors.
How to phase in things if you’re a brand new author.
Leveraging loss-leaders for visibility.
Advertising, including cost-per-click and sales newsletters like BookBub.
Tips for making the most of the retailer platforms to get some momentum behind your book.
Plus: Plenty of time for Q&A!
Sponsored by Write on the River.
REGISTER NOW. Cost of the workshop is $30 for nonmembers and $15 for members. A few scholarships are available for this zoom workshop. We welcome you to join us!
Anthea Sharp is an experienced and enthusiastic workshop presenter, as well as a USA Today bestselling, award-winning author of fantasy and speculative fiction (not to mention a bestselling romance author under the pen name Anthea Lawson). Originally traditionally published, Anthea jumped the fence in 2011 and began a self-publishing career that’s still going strong ten years on. In addition to indie publishing her novels, she writes and sells short fiction to traditional markets, and most of her book are out in audio via small and traditional publishers. Discover her books at antheasharp.com