We all know what happens; we read journals, magazines websites and emails; we gather information from a vast array of sources and then promptly forget where it came from. As I was drinking a coffee whilst waiting for an appointment today, I had a brain wave. “I know” I said to myself, “I’ll create a regular tidbits post where I can store the most interesting things I come across”. Perhaps you might find something that’s of interest as well.
I’ve listed all the interviews that have giveaways that are still open to comments below and at the end of each month I announce the previous months winners.
I’ve listed all the interviews that have giveaways still open to comments below. At the end of December I'll announce all the winners for the November interviews and giveaways. To be in with a chance of bagging a free copy…
I’d like to introduce a new section of my blog today which is going to focus on the stories behind all those infographics we keep seeing popping up around the web. Of course, my focus is going to be on those that are related to books, publishing, writing and the author and I do hope that you’ll find them as fascinating as I do.
I am on a mission to find the best book bloggers that I can. I recently became not only an author, but also a publisher – and not just of my own work. This means that I am now fascinated by the art of marketing, and although I’ve done quite a bit of it over the years, one of the things I’ve never really got my head around is the online book tour.
Well, its that time of year again, when authors hunker down and get on with the business of committing to write at least 50,000 words as November runs it’s course. For those of you who are taking part this year, I thought I’d gather a set of useful resources which may be helpful in ensuring you meet as much of your target as possible.