On the post about authors helping each other, I noted your comment that you interview book authors on your site. You also mention that you're a Christian, which is something else we have in common, besides writing. I'm always looking for ways to tell people about my nonfiction book, Waltzing Australia, which won the Mom's Choice Award for travel writing -- so officially deemed family friendly. So if you're still looking for authors to interview or feature, I'd love to be considered.
Nice to meet you here in the world of book marketing. I'm Aleja Bennett Author of Ten paper backs and eight available on the kindle. Here is my fan page, stay in touch when you can. I know we both may have hectic schedules at times but I will always follow you back. Below is my fan page hope you like it and thanks again for your support it's appreciated very much. http://www.facebook.com/AuthorAlejaBennett Enjoy the book video
Hi there I looked over some of the comments. I liked when you discussed first person pov. That has to do with the style of the writer. In my book A Mystic's Vengeance, I use cliff hanger endings. The editor did not like it, but I find it useful. I can see what you mean, It depends on the genre as well. The book I wrote is fiction fantasy. It is a character driven book. I was told do not use first person Take care James Day
Your daughter looks like the perfect archetypal heroine stepping right out of the frontspiece of the penultimate fantasy story. Tell me, did you pre-design the perfect family all those many years ago just so you you could create this amazing marketing campain for the books you'd end up publishing now? Darn, I wish I'd thought of that too! ;)
I, like many others, fantasize about having a shelf-full of just such books. There must be a psycological term for such a mania. I, myself, am not looking for a cure. You have been able to tap into that "Leather-bound Bibliophilia. Preying on our weaknesses, It's just not fair, I Say!!! Not fair! [sob...sob ] ; )