In the digital age of Kindles and other e-readers, you might think that book clubs have gone the way of any other non-virtual interaction. I can personally assure you that you are wrong…Pistils was selected by at least two book clubs (that I know of) as a featured read. Considering it was our first venture […]
via How to Get a Book Club to Pick You! — Twintype Books LLC
One of my hugely informative author profiles. Don’t do this. Author profiles are an essential part of book marketing and promotion. An a…
Source: Why You Need an Author Profile – And Where to Post It
Since publishing my memoir Even Rain Is Just Water last June, I’ve come to learn the power of book reviews as marketing tools. (Also, it’s been a minute since I posted a review to my Review Page.) So, I’m officially hanging out my Book Reviewer shingle.
If you published a memoir last year, and would like an honest review of your book, please email me via my Contact Page. There are 18 slots available, beginning March 15th. (I’ll need your book at least two weeks before the review.) First come, first serve.
I look forward to reading your stories!
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It’s February and that means Black History Month in the United States, which also means #ReadSoulLit Photo Challenge 2018 is underway! #ReadSoulLit is the brainchild of Didi Borie, who shares her impressions of the books she reads on her blog and book tube channel, both aptly named Brown Girl Reading. Didi and I first got […]
via Are You Apprehensive About Reading Books by Black Authors? A Chat with #ReadSoulLit Photo Challenge Creator, Didi Borie — Folklore & Literacy