5 Ways Your Brand is More Important than Your Book

By Mike Loomis

You’re working on a book. But are you focused on the right elements? I’m not asking about grammar, voice, and flow. I’m referring to the most overlooked aspect of the business of writing: your personal brand. Believe it or not, your brand is more important than your book. Here are five reasons why—and guidelines for improving […]

Wisdom for Aspiring Writers Part 2

Recently Adazing shared a series of tips to advise aspiring writers with a mixture of practical ideas and mentalities. I loved the ideas and was inspired to take it further. After all, I’ve had the pleasure of contributing my ideas to the Adazing audience in the past. It’s my mission through Kindlepreneur and The Book […]

Blogging Doesn’t Work for Fiction Writers

The Myth About Fiction Blogs

blogging for fiction writers

“Blogging doesn’t work for fiction writers!” I’ve heard this statement so many times. They say that fiction writers can’t gain new readers the way other bloggers do because no one is searching for what they have to offer. While I agree that someone might not be searching for your newest book “Dusted Earth”, that doesn’t […]

How to Survive and Master Book Signings

Sell more books by mastering book signings

mastering book signings

Having self-published and launched three books last year, The Hallie McKinley Series books one and two (Trust Me and Identity) and Ghost Soldiers, I went from knowing virtually nothing to having success in marketing my books.   It’s an amazing feeling being an unknown author and selling one of your books to a stranger.  I get […]

Effective Book Promotion

Start promoting your book early

book promotion

Book promotion and marketing can begin as early as the moment you decide to write it. When that first idea comes to mind, you should begin some type of promoting whether via social media, word of mouth, your website, or blog. For many authors coming up with strategies of marketing and promoting are tough. The […]