Pretend you’re a reviewer who has just read your book and is writing a blog post about it.
It’s easy to make the hero/heroine of our novel as perfect, almost perfect, or simply too good to be true. But the fact is, readers like the “good guy” to be flawed. Not only will this make your character more relatable, it will also make him/her more likeable. Find a way to tarnish your character […]
While Linkedin may not generate the immediate sales you’d like to see, the bigger picture benefits are worth it.
Co-marketing must become a major tool in the writer’s toolkit in order to more effectively convince readers to purchase a book.
Earlier this year I reached out to Dan to get his insight on a question that’s probably entered every author’s mind at least once: What makes a bestseller?