I’m still considering writing Commonsense Zero-Cost DIY Marketing for Authors but I want to see whether there’s a need, and if so, what specifically would help other authors.
Would you take this 1-question survey, and share it with as many authors as you can?
I’m aiming for 1,000 responses in order to get a real feel for what’s missing in the indie author market.
Though the community never took off I’m leaving this here in the archives.
Last Friday’s semi-cryptic message about Commonsense Zero-Cost DIY Marketing for Authors may have looked familiar because I’ve mentioned it before.
The book is on hold while I convince myself I have something to add to the most excellent Write. Publish. Repeat.
In the meantime, how about we all band together and share what we know in a friendly safe community?
Pop over to the Commonsense Zero-Cost DIY Marketing for Authors forum and if it looks helpful and interesting, join us. Share and learn and the rising tide lifts all our boats.
In two days we have transmogrified three-quarters of a page of notes into nearly nine-thousand words, making up the first two chapters of Commonsense Zero-Cost DIY Marketing for Authors.
It’s going to be a real push to launch the book on January 1st as I had hoped.
I’m not certain I’m going to make it. I am certain I’m still going to try.
Spent the last 4 hours gathering 62,279 words of notes for Commonsense Zero-Cost DIY Marketing for Authors. And we still have to filter and sort them all, and then actually write the thing.
January 1st, the proposed launch date, is gonna attack me like a rabid dog.
Most authors think marketing is a scary deep dark hole. I think it’s filled with rainbows and possibly unicorns, so I’m writing a book to see if you can learn to be as goofy about it as I am.
You’ll be disappointed to find that Commonsense Zero-Cost DIY Marketing for Authors will not be a step by step marketing guide. Like all my books it’s a why to rather than a how to.
But it will include lots of information like
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