The basic idea of marketing a book is pretty straightforward: find out who likes your book, discover where they ‘live,’ then sell your book there and make them buy it. And when you’re publishing a children’s book, the principle is the same — with one exception. In the children’s book market, the target audience isn’t ... read more »
An optimized amazon book description is a critical part of turning potential readers into fans. In this post, we’ve condensed the process — for both fiction and non-fiction authors — into three steps. Head inside to find out what they are.
Learn how to write an author bio that tells readers: who you are, what you write, why readers should trust you, and how you stand out from other writers. This definitive guide includes tips from top professional marketers and an author bio template for your easy reference.
[Last updated 01/15/2019] Since the birth of Reedsy, we've had the chance to work with thousands of authors, helping them get their books out there in the most professional possible form — and to sell them. For many authors, selling a book is even harder than writing it. But whether you're self- or traditionally published, learning to ... read more »
Publicity is a commonly misunderstood side of book marketing — it's often assumed that a publicists job is to get reviews and interviews. But this is just the tip of your book publicity plan — there is so much more a book's launch team needs to do, according to this new post from publicist Coleen ... read more »
Imagine the day of your book launch. You’re sitting in front of your computer, picturing all the five-star book reviews that will soon be yours… but then the days pass, and no reviews come. Not to be overdramatic, but getting enough book reviews could just make or break your sales. Reviews don't directly sell books ... read more »