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Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Maximizing GoodReads giveaways; Getting reviewed by major publications via @novelpublicity

Greetings dear newsletter subscribers:

Did you know that bloggers sparked the indie revolution? It's true, as Terri Giuliano Long discusses in this article. Check out our blog to learn more about how you can maximize GoodReads giveaways for the best possible experience and how you can get your indie novel reviewed in major publications. There's lots to learn!

Don't forget about our GoodReads fan chain. That's going on today. And our Facebook liking chain happens every Friday. You can learn more about both at www.novelpublicity.com/karma

Now... It's time to novelize, 

Novel Publicity, LLC

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Feb 01, 2012 08:52 am | Emlyn Chand

This is a post by Novel Publicity President, Emlyn Chand Ahhh, GoodReads. If there is one social media site that is most important for authors, it's GoodReads. Not Twitter. Not Facebook. Not even my beloved Google+. It's GoodReads, hands-down. Why? Because that's where the readers are! GoodReads has many, many fun features and functions—so many ...

Jan 31, 2012 08:32 am | Emlyn Chand

This is a guest post by Shelli Johnson and Alice Wisler So you're an indie author and wanna get reviewed? We've got some helpful tips for you! We're focusing here on smaller venues for indie authors in particular. Bigger publications like Booklist and Publishers Weekly are fantastic, and you should absolutely try to get into ...

Jan 30, 2012 06:59 am | Emlyn Chand

This is a guest post by Todney Harris Hello and good day fellow authors! I am pleased to write a few words regarding the process of publishing and marketing self-published books. Let me begin the conversation by stating that I heavily emphasize having your publication professionally reviewed prior to publishing. It is a worthy investment ...

Jan 26, 2012 04:32 am | Emlyn Chand

This is a guest post by Terri Giuliano Long Last May, about a month after I began marketing my novel, In Leah's Wake, a former agent told me I'd never sell 500 books. A rookie, I had no idea what to expect. When I published my novel, I'd dreamed of selling around 3,000 – 5,000 ...

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