About Lauren WiseLauren has been a professional writer and editor for more than 10 years. After graduating from the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism, she focused on magazine and book editing, and continues to write for publications on a range of topics, including travel, music, food and wind. Her obsessions include vinyl records, the ocean, scotch-tastings, a mean guitar solo, and the feeling of a physical book in her hands – ironic, since she has 400 on her bookshelves and is allergic to paper.
I’ve talked quite a bit about various ways to market yourself and your books. Today, I’m talking about how to be smart about that marketing, so you’re putting your energies into the right activities.
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Getting a book in print is only half the story of a successful publication. The second half is getting people to actually buy your book, and that requires marketing. After all, no one is going to seek out your works […]
Writing a great book is, of course, a major part of being a successful writer. However, every writer knows that even great books don’t sell themselves. While traditional publishers provide marketing, there are still plenty of things authors should be […]
Practice might make perfect, but, no matter how much we may love it, if we actually spent all of our time writing, we wouldn’t love it anymore. But writing is about more than just putting words to paper. It’s about […]