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How to Market a Book

Tyler Wagner is an avid disc golf player and the founder of Authors Unite where he helps authors market their book. In addition to helping authors with free articles and advice, he also graciously donates $17,000 worth of his company's services as prizes each year for our...

The “Don’ts” of Writing Media Releases New!

Media releases are promotional tools and are an excellent way to tell the mass media about your book. They’re not difficult to write but must not violate certain rules. As a journalist, I received and acted on thousands of releases. I can tell you that certain...

Can Publishing Short Stories Sell More Books? New!

We, as writers, all know that books won’t sell themselves. We have to work extra hard at promoting our writing, sometimes harder than the actual writing itself. Why? Because there’s so much competition out there. Just visit a used bookstore and browse the massive collections...

Get Free Publicity By Writing a Media Release

Marketing your book can cost thousands of dollars. But there’s one way to attain publicity at no charge—write a media release. A media release is a promotional tool. Releases attempt to get mass media to take positive action on behalf of their sender—in this case helping...

How To Market Your Book

Your book is finally done: written, edited (many times over), and published. Now what? There was a time when the traditional publisher would take the reins and lead the book (and its author) to success by arranging book tours: signings, readings, etc. Not so much...

Finding Your Writing Niche

Sometimes, finding your writing niche can be elusive and difficult. We all grab the opportunity at any writing chance we can get, even if we know little about the subject. Writing about anything can be great, but it will drain you in the long run. It’s...

Resume Tips for Writers (Part 2 of 2)

3) Include these areas in your resume: a) Your selling points. This answers why you are the best candidate for the position and what you can offer the company. b) A qualifications summary. This presents your career objective and must include your experience in the field if...

Resume Tips for Writers (Part 1 of 2)

Chances are, you’re a newbie writer that’s why you’re reading this. You want to be fully equipped with the necessary know-how in landing your first writing job. Whether you want to take a crack at full-time employment, contractual, or freelancing, a well-constructed resume goes a...

Get the Most Out of LinkedIn

There are a number of platforms on the internet that can be used to assist in author promotion. One platform that is overlooked by many is LinkedIn. Many people see LinkedIn as a professional platform, one where employers and employees interact, seeking a better employer or...

Interview Questions

Your book has been launched, you have sent out the press releases, now the media wants to interview you: radio, television, newspaper, blogs, you name it, all of a sudden, you’re getting your turn in the spotlight. Anxious to make a good impression? Worried about...