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Book Promotion Opportunity

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Books Go Social is looking for content for it’s halloween emagazine so if you’ve got something creepy sitting in a drawer that wants to crawl out, this is the place to let it out!

In exchange you get to add your bio and you book at the end of the article.

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We have a free promotional opportunity for you!mail

We are looking for content for our Halloween magazine.

We are accepting submissions – articles, book reviews, short stories, & excerpts.

Please also let us know if you have a free book during the month of October – we can include it in the magazine as well.

Theme suggestions for our Halloween magazine:

Creepy books to read this Halloween

The art of writing scary characters

Halloween classics

We are also open to suggestions. But please, don’t submit pieces where you just promote your own work.

If your submission is accepted, we will feature a short bio about you and your book at the end of your piece. Articles should be no longer than 800 words, and short stories and excerpts no longer than 1500 words.

If you are interested, please email submissions to admin@booksgosocial.com with Halloween magazine Submission in the subject line.

 

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Book Promotion: Do This, Not That – October 2016 

Amy Collins gives us some good advice about planning ahead related to book marketing and sales, not something I am particularly good at. I also want to add, it has been my experience that libraries also tend to budget quite a bit ahead, so if you want to offer a writing program, or “How I Self-Published My First Book” workshop, or a book reading/sale, you would want to contact libraries now. Many will be planning for next year about now.

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Amy’s post:

October already? How the heck did THAT happen? Another month of great marketing and sales successes to be had. Let’s get started with this month’s three tidbits of book promotion experience:

Source: Book Promotion: Do This, Not That – October 2016 – The Book Designer

Promote your book(s) on Smashwords “Read an Ebook Week”

I wanted to make sure everyone knows about Smashwords’ ebook promotion called “Read an Ebook Week.”RAEWbanner1

The event is happening from March 2 – 8th and allows you to offer your ebook from 25 – 75% off or FREE! It’s a great way to work with Smashwords and other indie authors to promote each other. Go to: http://www.smashwords.com/dashboard/sitewidePromo  to sign yourself up. If you’re not selling on Smashwords, it’s not hard to set yourself up on the site. Once you’ve signed up, Mark Coker, the owner of Smashwords, will send you an email with lots of helpful links for the event.

Set yourself up then put notices on facebook, twitter, your website…
See you there!

The Power of Free on Amazon | Warner Coaching

Here is a wonderful post with step by step directions on how to run a promotion. Very helpful information from Brooke Warner at Warnercoaching.com.

The Power of Free on Amazon | Warner Coaching.