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  • Author:
    Patricia Fry
  • ISBN:
    1581158572
  • ISBN13:
    978-1581158571
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    Allworth Press (August 10, 2011)
  • Pages:
    224 pages
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Promote Your Book gives enterprising authors the advantage they need to navigate the publishing industry and gain a better . It is the perfect springboard for creating 250 book marketing strategies and then some

Promote Your Book gives enterprising authors the advantage they need to navigate the publishing industry and gain a better understanding of what book promotion is all about. This well-organized collection of the most successful low-cost and no-cost ideas provides solutions for both aspiring and seasoned authors in any genre. You will learn how to promote the book without changing your lifestyle; how to promote creatively. It is the perfect springboard for creating 250 book marketing strategies and then some. - -Mark Levine, author of The Fine Print of Self-Publishing (4th e., CEO of Hillcrest Media Group.

Promote Your Book book. Promote Your Book gives enterprising authors the advantage they need to navigate the publishing industry and gain a better understanding of what book promotion is all about. This well-organized collection of the most successful low-cost and no-cost ideas provides solutions for both aspiring and Do you have what it takes to become an author, but are not sure where to start?

Promote Your Book gives enterprising authors the advantage they need to navigate the publishing industry and . The ideas and tips in Patricia's book were most helpful. I was really pleased.

Promote Your Book gives enterprising authors the advantage they need to navigate the publishing industry and gain a better understanding of what book promotion is all about. There is so much information in this book. I found the section on promoting my book to be the most helpful.

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Promote Your Book by Patricia Fry - Do you have what it takes to become .

Promote Your Book by Patricia Fry - Do you have what it takes to become an author, but are not sure where to start? Promote Your Book gives enterprising authors. Over 250 Proven, Low-Cost Tips and Techniques for the Enterprising Author. By Patricia Fry. Trade Paperback.

About our guest: Patricia Fry is the author of 34 books.

Join us as author Patricia Fry offers insights into tried and true book promotion techniques. About our guest: Patricia Fry is the author of 34 books. Her latest is "Promote Your Book, Over 250 Proven, Low-Cost Tips and Techniques for the Enterprising Author," (Allworth Press, 2011).

Promote Your Book gives enterprising authors the advantage they need to navigate the publishing industry and gain . Fry established her own publishing company, Matilija Press, in 1983, and is the executive director of the Small Publishers, Artists, and Writers Network (SPAWN).

Promote Your Book: Over 250 Proven, Low-Cost Tips and Techniques for the Enterprising Author. Talk Up Your Book: How to Sell Your Book Through Public Speaking, Interviews, Signings, Festivals, Conferences, and More. Propose Your Book, How to Craft Persuasive Proposals for Nonfiction Fiction, and Children's Books.

Promote Your Book: Over 250 Proven, Low-Cost Tips and Techniques for the Enterprising Author

Promote Your Book: Over 250 Proven, Low-Cost Tips and Techniques for the Enterprising Author. Patricia Fry. Fairy Tale Marketing. It is you, and your trust in us to help you solve the increasingly complex and difficult situations you face, that feed our enthusiasm and energy, and contribute to the many ideas and observations you will read about in this book. Secondly, I want to thank the TrinityP3 team of consultants we have today.

Over 250 Proven, Low-Cost Tips and Techniques for the Enterprising Author. By: Patricia Fry. Narrated by: Joyce Feurring.

Do you have what it takes to become an author, but are not sure where to start? Promote Your Book gives enterprising authors the advantage they need to navigate the publishing industry and gain a better understanding of what book promotion is all about. This well-organized collection of the most successful low-cost and no-cost ideas provides solutions for both aspiring and seasoned authors in any genre. You will learn how to promote the book without changing your lifestyle; how to promote creatively, locally, and through social media; submit news releases and tip sheets; arrange book signings, radio, and TV appearances; enhance marketing skills; spend money in all the right places, and more.

Rit
In all honesty I have to admit that I didn’t finish this book because I write fiction, and as a fiction writer, I found this book to be not so useful. Fiction and non-fiction are two separate animals that I believe need totally different approaches to marketing. So if you are a fiction writer, my recommendation would be; don’t waste your money. What puzzles me is, Ms. Fry appears to be a fiction writer as is evidenced by her numerous Kleptocat books. I wonder if she used the techniques she describes in this book for her own books, and if so, I wonder how many she has actually sold.

Even if you’re a non-fiction writer, I don’t find this book very useful unless you are financially independent or are someone with boundless time and energy that enables you to work a full time job, and then spend an equal amount of time promoting your book. What this author recommends would require almost a full time effort for reaching your audience.

The how-to books on marketing that I’ve read, and they are many, focus on using your expertise on the subject or genre (if it’s fiction)of your book to market that book, i.e., giving speeches or presentations featuring that expertise. As I mentioned earlier, to prepare for all these events that she recommends would require almost as much time as a second full time job. If you have the time and energy for this, then go for it. Otherwise, write a book listing 251ways to market your book and then use them yourself). :)
Error parents
If you don't know where to start promoting your book (or e-book), this is a wonderful resource! The advice to read the book from cover to cover and then implement the ideas that suit your personality and skills is sound advice that works. Many "out of the box" ideas are given that serve as a "springboard" for your own creative ideas given the genre of your publication.

After read the book, and having begun implementing some of the ideas, I have seen an increase in print sales for Biblical Hebrew: Vocabulary Made Easy! that were stagnant. The book is easily accessible to the novice and contains solid, practical ideas from an established author and authority in her field.

My only complaint is the moderate amount of self-promotion contained in the book. While many resources are listed, some advice is not fully "fleshed out" and sometimes refers the reader to other resources, which must be purchased, to carry out the idea. I fully appreciate the promotional reasoning behind this practice (and I will likely buy some of these resources), but it feels less than 100% complete. That being said, the free resources listed, and knowing where to look next, are worth the price of the book alone.

My thanks to Patricia Fry for helping guide a novice self-publishing author.

I would heartily recommend this book to any author.
Akinonris
Even if only ONE of the author's many ideas helps to market your work, it's worth the price. And her generous listing of free websites makes her book user friendly. Will let you know if any of her ideas help to make my own books bestsellers :)
Dark_Sun
This great collection of How-to advice on promoting your book. This is a very useful book on techniques in book promotion and getting noticed. I have begun to apply these techniques and find several of them very useful. The book is packed with information about websites and promotional opportunities. The text is presented in a clear and logical manner, first with an introduction to book promotion and a general overview, moving to a more detail explanation of these topic later in separate chapters. I'm looking forward to exploring the other approaches to advertising a new book. I would recommend this book to authors interested in an overview on the subject of book promotion and use it as a future reference or quick-fact book.
Ghordana
If you wrote your book and self published it, I would recommend you read this book. It provides many useful trips of how to promote your book.
Dibei
I've had a few books on this topic and Patricia Fry does an excellent job here. There's just something about her delivery style that convinces you that the suggestions she's giving are battle tested. This is not hypothetical, it's stuff she's actually done and now we can learn from her successes and (sometimes more importantly) failures. And if she isn't convinced about something, she comes right out and tells you. I've referred to this book several times and consider it a top "go to" on the subject.
Gravelblade
As a new author myself, I am intensely interested in finding good ways to promote my book. This book was very helpful to me. There were many new ideas in it that I had never considered or thought about. It was easy to read, with a good table of contents so you could easily find any particular aspect of publishing and marketing you wnted. I especially liked the references to the various web sites I could explore on the internet to help me market my book. This was well worth the money I spent. -- Val Lull