Adventures in Career Changing - Facebook
Demystifying Facebook How can demystifying Facebook help you, the independent writer? Is it pass√©? Can you even […]
Adventures in Career Changing | Janet Gershen-Siegel | Giveaways
So if you have some sort of event, there's no reason you can't raffle off your book. Do it for charity, even. Just, get it out there, and into the wild. The more copies out there, the better.
Lonely Writer - PitMad
PitMad was a quarterly pitch session on Twitter. So essentially what you would be doing was tweeting about your work. But it was only on specific dates, and agents and publishers were watching.
Adventures in Career Changing | Janet Gershen-Siegel | Longest Night Watch 2
Last year, it was Terry Pratchett. But this year it was Gene Wilder. And now we have also learned Terry Jones of Monty Python is afflicted. Because this disease shows no mercy. As much as we love these entertainers (and Jones is a medieval studies scholar), Alzheimer's just plain does not care. But we do.
Adventures in Career Changing adding a Facebook page
Creating a Facebook page How do you go about creating a Facebook page? Pages versus Groups Why […]
Adventures in Career Changing - Hashtags
Why use a list rather than follow? You'll still see that person's tweets in your feed, but your ratio won't change. Furthermore, a public list tells everyone what you're interested in. How about lists for indie authors, agents, or publishers?
Lonely Writer - MSWL
Since so many independent writers seem to be godawful at self-promotion, it will always pay to practice. This is a great exercise. It forces you to both be concise and to be coherent.
Publishing, Published, Positive Reviews, Middling Reviews, Bad Reviews, Teasing, Blurb, Query letter, Elevator pitch, teasers, pitmad
Even if readers know you for writing sweeping, epic sagas, you should still write some short stories. They can be in your universe, or not, although it might help with both marketing and your own personal creativity if they can fit somewhere within your universe.
Working With a Facebook Page How do you go about working with a Facebook page? Keep in […]
Swag for Independent Writers | Janet Gershen-Siegel | Adventures in Career Changing
Do you give out swag? Writers want to make money, yes. But often, you need to spend some to make some. That's where swag comes into play.