Agents and snail mail

So I’ve been in touch with a few agents. One of them requested my stuff, so I emailed it to her. She emailed me back to say she liked the beginning and she’d let me know the rest. Fast, cheap, effective. The other guy wants it snail mailed. I hate that....

Doug Johnston

Tips from Doug: always carry business cards call and thank people (even if they give you a bad review–any publicity is good publicity) the best publicity is free publicity never send a book w/o media kit always follow up If you get a review, send a thank you...

Janet Jensen–new information added.

Third instalment:Media Kits–send with every review copy, keep up to date. Send media release page to local papers, university alum, libraries, and organizations that might be interested (historical societies, social, etc.)In email–put mini media release in...

Abel Koagh

Okay, I missed most of Abel’s comments because I had a pitch session. I felt bad because it sounded so darn good. Here’s the five minutes I heard:4 Reasons Authors need a website: Marketing, branding, and promotional tool. Low cost Spreads your voice...

We got a Wii!

Seriously, I hate video games. My brothers always got nintendo games as a family present for Christmas. Used to drive me crazy because I never liked to play them and it was a big part of our Christmas.So when my husband wanted a Wii, I wasn’t too thrilled. But...

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