Marketing Your Book on a Budget

Marketing Your Book on a Budget How does an author best get book reviews What of interviews blogs and social media How can a new author expect to be seen while crowding the lane with other authors of his her genre Marketing Your Bo

  • Title: Marketing Your Book on a Budget
  • Author: Kathryn Elizabeth Jones
  • ISBN: 9780988810709
  • Page: 185
  • Format: Paperback
  • How does an author best get book reviews What of interviews, blogs and social media How can a new author expect to be seen while crowding the lane with other authors of his her genre Marketing Your Book on a Budget is tiny for a reason any author can afford it But be prepared for the endless information enclosed You ll never wonder again about the best ways to speak uHow does an author best get book reviews What of interviews, blogs and social media How can a new author expect to be seen while crowding the lane with other authors of his her genre Marketing Your Book on a Budget is tiny for a reason any author can afford it But be prepared for the endless information enclosed You ll never wonder again about the best ways to speak up about your book, get free advertising, or learn why postcards can help you get the word out faster and easier than any other way.It s easy to say you re going to market your book, far difficult to actually do it, but this handy guide will help you every step of the way, even while your heart is pumping wildly the first time you have to speak about your book to someone else.

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    1. This is a great book for authors interested in getting more exposure for their books. It provides great resources to market books better. It will open up your mind to all of the different possibilities to expand your on-line presence. It covers topics as social media, reviews, interviews, blogging, book signings, give-aways etc. Targeted at newly-published authors, it is also a handy reference for all authors. If you are a serious writer or want to be considered "serious", this book is well wort [...]

    2. I'll be honest. When the call came through the Facebook reviewers group of which Ms. Jones and I are both members, I read the title and thought, 'I would LOVE to read this book. I might get something out of it.' Of course, there was also the chance that this book rehashed all the other information I've read and studied over the past year or two since I've gotten really serious about my own career as an indie author. But, thankfully, it doesn't!Granted, the section on social media marketing didn' [...]

    3. "Marketing Your Book on a Budget," by Kathryn Elizabeth Jones, is small but full of wonderful inexpensive and free ideas to market your book. Although I have taken many webinars and workshops and read many books, this one gave me some new ideas that will be easy to implement in my book marketing plan. I don't think we can ever learn enough about marketing because it is constantly changing with the advent of social media. Jones does, however, address traditional marketing as well as social media [...]

    4. Kathryn Jones summarizes exactly enough information to get a newbie author going on their first promotional campaign. I appreciated her concise approach to the subject and appreciated the resources she offered to get the readers started. I have been around the indie publishing world awhile, and I still found helpful information in this book.

    5. I received a copy of “Marketing Your Book on a Budget 2013” as a free Kindle download when I responded to a discussion posted on Linked In. The author, Kathryn Jones, is a published romance author who shares some of the avenues she has found for marketing a fiction book. As such, it is limited to her experience, and should be titled “Marketing Your Romance on a Budget.”It is a good start for someone who doesn’t have a clue about what to do about marketing a book. Many self-published au [...]

    6. I am generally not a fan of non-fiction. Unfortunately, many of the authors that I've read in the genre gloss over the importance of writing relevant content. Which means that, as a a reader, I am subjected to a substantial amount of data that I either don't have time to read or doesn't apply to me. When you mix in the dry writing styles that often accompany non-fiction books, then you can end up with, well, a snooze-fest.[[ASIN:B0094XV6MA Marketing Your Book On A Budget]] is the polar opposite [...]

    7. As a small business owner and an author, marketing is always on my mind. To be honest, I was hoping for but not expecting something new from this book.It's true that I had seen many of the tips before, but Jones expanded on them in new ways.The author not only gives ideas of "what" to do, she gives the "how" and even the "why." There are helpful links throughout the book, as well as tips to find others.This is a book I will refer back to over and over.As a professional editor, I feel compelled t [...]

    8. When I was offered this book for a review, I wasn't sure what to expect. I'm glad I accepted and read this short book that is packed with commonsense wisdom. As you read it, you realize you should know this, but didn't or didn't think it through. Often we ignore the solutions right in front of us and search for the magic bullet. This book reinforces the basics. There is no magic bullet. Do the things that are right, do them continuously, and the results will follow.I have revamped my own book's [...]

    9. This fantastic little how-to guide by Kathryn Elizabeth Jones packs quite a punch. There is an old saying: good things come in small packages. This is definitely true with this book. While the book is shorter, there is tons of useful information inside that will show a self publishing author how, where, and even why, to promote their books, often with little or no cost. The book even contains links to the authors favorite promotional websites. You can’t get much better than that. If you’re a [...]

    10. Don’t let the size of this book fool you, it’s a terrific quick start guide to help new authors learn how to market their books. Kathryn Elizabeth Jones gets right to the point in each section, providing excellent tips and resources, as well as examples from her personal journey as an author. Whether you're building momentum for your book or preparing to publish, you’ll find valuable insight and information in Marketing Your Book on a Budget.

    11. This review in its entirety was originally posted at caffeinatedlife: caffeinatedlife/blog/2As the author mentions at her preface, this book is very much straight to the point. It provides readers with advice about how to go about marketing and promoting their newly published novels, how to approach book bloggers for review to using social media and handling book signings and other social events where you can talk about and feature your novel. As a book blogger who does receive the occasional re [...]

    12. I received this free for an honest review.The GoodThe ideas are simple and easy to implement in the small amount of time most authors have between writing and editing. While a few are the same techniques preached over and over, there are many I found new and creative.Not only are there a multitude of great ideas to use, there are a number of resources listed that the reader may not be aware of. This is so much better than some of the other books out there that tell you to find out where your rea [...]

    13. "Marketing Your Book on a Budget" covers such topics as reviews, interviews, blogging, social media, word of mouth, presentations, book signings, contests, and postcards. Whilst especially pertinent to newly-published independent authors, it is also a handy reference for all authors. At the end of the book, the author also includes some handy information about her publishing services company, Idea Creations Press.This is a little gem of a book. The author provides practical advice on how to mark [...]

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