4 out of 5 stars– A no-nonsense guide to not only selling your self-published book but selling yourself too. So, follow a few simple steps and you too could be a million book selling author. Of course, John Locke does confess that his strategy doesn’t work for everyone… but might work for you. If anything, it can help increase your author visibility on-line, which, in a world of wanna-be writers, can’t be a bad thing. Well worth a read I say, particularly if you’re a writer into marketing, Twitter and blogging.
I thought I’d share a couple of books with you that I think really help writers to focus their minds, not only creatively but in the business sense too. There are so many distractions on the social networks at present, that it makes procrastination a full-time job. Ferris takes away the need for inspiration with a few hints and suggestions and gets you working, even with the dreaded writers block. Gaughran on the other hand, looks at the digital world as a whole; breaking it down into manageable chunks of information, then guiding you through subjects such as social networking and the mechanics of ePublishing. Both books get five stars from me and are well worth the time and cash spent on them.
How To Get Inspired To Write – Stewart Ferris
Lets Get Digital:How To Self-Publish, And Why You Should
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