Indie Book Marketing & Publishing Blogs

As an indie author your book marketing approach should include some social media, and for some genres, it should include a lot of social media! Pew Research Center’s report released at the end of 2016 shows us that: 28% of all U.S. adults use Instagram An estimated 59% of online adults ages 18 [...]
Fri, Nov 24, 2017
Penny C. Sansevieri
Viola Vincent Reporting - Underdog1. What really inspired you to write your book, to force you from taking an idea or experience and conveying it into a book? I was inspired by the young people I meet who are concerned about what is going on [...]
Fri, Nov 24, 2017
Book Marketing Buzz Blog
Alternative Words for happy, sad, confused, angry, and surprised
Check out these alternatives for describing the top five emotions: Happy, sad, angry, confused, and surprised. Angry — displeased, enraged, furious, impassioned, indignant, offended, outraged, resentful, sullen, vexed. Confused — baffled, bewildered, confounded, dazed, dumfounded, flustered, muddled, perplexed, puzzled, rattled. Happy — blissful, cheerful, ecstatic, elated, euphoric, glad, gratified, jubilant, merry, overjoyed. Sad — [...]
Wed, Nov 22, 2017
John Kremer
Following up on my last post: At what point do I begin to laugh demonically, or cry, or vomit? Here’ something far more readable than that lat sentence: Robin Abcarian’s essay in the Los Angeles Times of this morning, November 21, 2017: Stop using Bill Clinton to hammer on liberals.  Sexual harassment is [...]
Tue, Nov 21, 2017
Vickey Kall