[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 book. Reviews don't directly sell books ... read more »
Tips from top marketing professionals on the three most essential components of marketing a memoir: determining who your readers are, figuring out how to connect with them, and establishing yourself as reputable and compelling source on the subject matter.
Giuseppe Porcaro is the author of DISCO SOUR: an existential odyssey of a heartsick politician trying to save a war-torn, post-austerity Europe from algorithmic autocracy. In this article, he talks about the collaboration behind his latest novel, which was inspired in large part by interactive events he organized during the writing process.
This August, Simon Woodward published his fifth book, Dead Weapons. During the writing process, Simon faced a struggle familiar to many writers: should he follow his creative instincts or tailor his novel to enhance its marketability? In this article, Simon talks about the act Faulkner’s coined “killing your darlings,” and discerning the difference between making ... read more »