As an indie author, how do you succeed in today’s publishing landscape? I hope today’s roundup will help to provide some of the answers you need. You’ll find posts by Elizabeth S. Spann, Carla King, Jane Friedman, and a post I wrote for Joel Friedlander. When you’re not writing and working on your marketing, I hope you take time to enjoy the sounds and beauty of a beach near you.
Indie Author Roundup
Distributing Free Books by Elizabeth S. Craig: “It used to annoy me when I’d read about how important it was to offer a free book to readers for newsletter signups or as rewards for newsletter subscribers. The advice was all well and good, but it rarely got into the nitty-gritty of it. How exactly were we supposed to give away these freebies? Surely I wasn’t expected to monitor signups and send out individual emails to subscribers?”
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Note: I use BookFunnel to distribute free copies of my books but in this post Elizabeth discusses syncing Instafreebie with MailChimp. If you distribute ebook advance review copies to readers, this is a post you need to read.