First, a Scientific Question Could two writers who had just met on Twitter come together and write a novel? Hmmm.
Some considerations: * The writers had never met, never even spoken to each other. Only tweeted. Though the question was posed in an e-mail. * They write in different styles.
* One writes in English- English; one writes in American-English. And thus, spelling, vocabulary, and phrasing differences - some of them quite significant - some quite funny. * One write
In addition to book signings and social media, there is another method you can use to promote your book: the book trailer. Not only is it functional, but it’s also really cool to see your novel brought to life as a movie. That being said, it does require a certain amount of work if you’re planning on doing it yourself, as well as a little outlay of money. I’m sure there are free downloads out there, but if you want a quality look with a lot more creative options to choose fro
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Using social media to promote your books is key in today's book marketing world. Here are some underutilized ways to increase your following: Facebook When other authors or acquaintances friend my personal Facebook page, I invite them to like my author page. You'd be surprised at the number of followers you gain. Post frequently to your author page. And make sure that most of your posts are not "buy my book." Link your author page to your Twitter account and use hashtags. Tag