On Tuesday, April 21, from 6-7 pm Pacific we will have the opportunity for book authors, agents and publishers to learn how to use the new browser application getglue.com. Wired called Glue “the single most useful social networking tool…” and @Fraser, a member of the team behind getglue.com, will answer questions and explain how we […][Continue reading...] about Learn How to Use Getglue.com for Book Marketing
I’m pleased to announce that I just became the LA Internet Business Examiner at examiner.com. While I’ll be writing about numerous aspects of internet business and internet marketing, much of the material will be applicable to authors and book publishing and marketing. In fact, my first post has to do with one’s online reputation. You […][Continue reading...] about LA Internet Business Examiner Will Have Info Helpful for Authors, Agents and Publishers
Carolyn Howard-Johnson and I have finally finished writing and rewriting and revising and revising our book proposal for Marketing Your Fiction. Of course, it’s both good and bad to co-write a book proposal with an expert on writing book proposals. Carolyn’s ebook The Great First Impression Book Proposal: Everything You Need to Know About Selling […][Continue reading...] about Marketing Your Fiction Proposal Ready to Go Out to Agents
The April 4th blog post here discussed the questions raised by novelist Alexander McCall Smith about people believing fictional characters are real. And on tonight’s episode of the Fox tv show HOUSE I saw that line crossed in a way that it never, ever should have been crossed. (SPOILER ALERT: If you’ve a fan of […][Continue reading...] about The Line Between Fictional Characters and Real People Has Been Crossed — And Not in a Good Way
Carolyn Howard-Johnson (@FrugalBookPromo) and I (@ZimblerMiller) are co-hosting on Twitter a tweetchat on Tuesday, April 21, from 6-7 p.m. Pacific. And we wanted to get suggestions from you on which topic of book publishing or book marketing you would like to discuss. Send your suggestions to either @FrugalBookPromo or @ZimblerMiller. And if you’re not sure […][Continue reading...] about What Should the Topic Be for Our Next Book-Related Tweetchat on April 21?