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Book Marketing Series: Using a Book as Your Business Card (Part III)

2019-02-22T21:08:07-04:00

In the final part of a three-part blog series, DigiWriting’s book marketing experts discuss how business leaders can market their book as part of their existing promotional strategies.

Book Marketing Series: Using a Book as Your Business Card (Part III)2019-02-22T21:08:07-04:00

Publicity Tips for Publishers: How to Arrange an Author Appearance

2019-02-22T21:08:07-04:00

Our book marketing experts provide helpful tips on organizing author appearances and author events as part of a title’s overall publicity plan.

Publicity Tips for Publishers: How to Arrange an Author Appearance2019-02-22T21:08:07-04:00

Twelve Lessons on Writing Fiction: The Essentials in Developing Your Novel (Part II)

2019-02-22T21:08:07-04:00

In the second of a twelve-part blog series, founder of Books from Start to Finish Graham Schofield explores developing characters.

Twelve Lessons on Writing Fiction: The Essentials in Developing Your Novel (Part II)2019-02-22T21:08:07-04:00

Book Marketing Series: Using a Book as Your Business Card (Part II)

2019-02-22T21:08:07-04:00

In Part Two of our mini-series on writing a book to support your business, Graham Schofield discusses how to get started and outlines three writing and editorial methods to make your book a reality.

Book Marketing Series: Using a Book as Your Business Card (Part II)2019-02-22T21:08:07-04:00

Twelve Lessons on Fiction: The Essentials in Developing Your Novel (Part I)

2019-02-22T21:08:08-04:00

In the first of our Writing Tips: The Essentials in Developing Your Novel series, Graham Schofield (Books from Start to Finish) discusses why writers need to have a plan before they begin to write.

Twelve Lessons on Fiction: The Essentials in Developing Your Novel (Part I)2019-02-22T21:08:08-04:00

Social Media for Authors: Facebook’s Showing its Age

2019-02-22T21:08:08-04:00

With less young people choosing to use Facebook regularly, many are turning to alternative platforms including Snapchat. Our book marketing experts break down what this could mean for authors and the various pros and cons that come with it.

Social Media for Authors: Facebook’s Showing its Age2019-02-22T21:08:08-04:00

Social Media for Authors: Facebook’s Showing its Age

2019-02-22T21:08:08-04:00

With less young people choosing to use Facebook regularly, many are turning to alternative platforms including Snapchat. Our book marketing experts break down what this could mean for authors and the various pros and cons that come with it.

Social Media for Authors: Facebook’s Showing its Age2019-02-22T21:08:08-04:00

Book Marketing Series: Using a Book as Your Business Card (Part I)

2019-02-22T21:08:08-04:00

In the first of a three-part blog series, founder of Books from Start to Finish Graham Schofield discusses why some business leaders–and those who may be just starting out–should consider writing a book as their best and most effective business card and resume builder.

Book Marketing Series: Using a Book as Your Business Card (Part I)2019-02-22T21:08:08-04:00

Get Ready for #CanLitPit on Wednesday, July 11, 2018!

2019-02-22T21:08:09-04:00

The premier event for unpublished Canadian writers, #CanLitPit, returns on Wednesday, July 11, 2018, with a new pitch character limit of 240 characters.

Get Ready for #CanLitPit on Wednesday, July 11, 2018!2019-02-22T21:08:09-04:00

How to Get Your Book Into Bookstores – Part 2

2019-02-22T21:08:09-04:00

As a published author or small publisher, maintaining a professional reputation is very important, especially when speaking with media and bookstore staff. Our book marketing experts provide 5 tips for contacting bookstores.

How to Get Your Book Into Bookstores – Part 22019-02-22T21:08:09-04:00