One way to get your writing noticed is to have short stories or poems published in a writing contest. You may win or be ‘placed’ for your submission and can then utilize your achievement to raise awareness of your writing.
Category: Marketing Your Books and Writing
Marketing Your Books & Writing
Return to In-Person Writing Events
The fall book promotion season is almost here. Will events be largely online, as they’ve been for the past two and half years of this pandemic? Or are people eager to return to in-person festivals and conventions? My guess is both.
PLANNING a Memorable Book Launch
Planning the Book Launch In my last article, WHY Host a Book Launch Party, I outlined all the reasons why you should host one. In this article I'll be discussing the steps to planning a memorable book launch. When my first novel was released, I hosted my book launch at a local independent bookstore. I …
Get Ready for Your Next Writers’ Conference
If you’re thinking of attending a convention, conference, or festival next year, now’s the time to start your research. It’s best to register as soon as you can to get Early Bird rates and heads-up emails about opportunities at the event.
Why Host a Book Launch Party?
Last month I attended my first in-person book launch in over two years. My friend who released her fifth novel is a pro. At our local bookstore, we enjoyed wine, cupcakes, and my friend’s presentation on the 2017 wildfire in Waterton Lakes National Park, which forms the backdrop to her fictional story.