Monday, 13 May 2013

"How to Sell More Books: Diversify"

Cover image of book promotion handbook, "Sell More Books!"
It's an honour today to be a guest on Debbie Young's blog Off the Shelf Book Promotions where she and I talk about how to sell more books, and a little about my latest craft book, Adverbs & Clichés in a Nutshell.

"One way to raise your profile as a writer is to diversify, especially if you are self-publishing your work or being published by a small independent press. As I’ve said in a previous post, the best way to sell more books is to write more books – but that doesn’t mean you should focus solely on writing those books. It’s also worth seeking other ways in which to get your name before readers. This is especially true for self-published and independently published writers, who do not have the presence or clout of a big name publishing house behind them." ... READ MORE HERE

Let's talk at Debbie's. Hope to see you there! 

7 comments:

  1. Thank you for a thought provoking interview, just what is needed.

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  2. Just been to your interview. As always truth with wisdom. :-)

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  3. Excellent interview!

    Lee
    An A to Z Co-Host
    Tossing It Out

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