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.
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.
Our book marketing experts provide authors and small publishers with 5 tips for talking with book buyers in part 3 of our How to Get Your Book Into Bookstores series.
The premier event for unpublished Canadian writers, #CanLitPit, returns on Wednesday, July 11, 2018, with a new pitch character limit of 240 characters.
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.
What can you do to ensure that your book is up to bookstore standards? Here are 5 tips for creating a professional and presentable book.
The DigiWriting Team donates to Room to Read in the spirit of the season, and wishes you and yours a very happy holiday. Thank you to everyone with whom we had the pleasure of working over 2017!
Our book marketing experts offer 5 tips to market your book around the holidays for authors looking to leverage the festive season.
Our book marketing experts provide authors and publishers with 5 tips for working with Twitter’s new 280-character limit.
Thunder Bay Public Library involves the community in the World War One Thunder Bay Centennial Project. Learn more in a Library Talk guest blog by Jesse Roberts.
From October 20—22, 2017, the Stratford Writers Festival will take over Stratford, Ontario. With the festival rapidly approaching, we caught up with attending author and playwright Drew Hayden Taylor to ask him a few questions about his latest projects, and why literary festivals are important to the Canadian artistic community.
With the Appetite for Words Festival rapidly approaching, we caught up with author and restaurateur Jen Agg, who will be the subject of a literary dinner on Sunday, October 29, at 6:30 pm. We asked her about which part of the writing process she finds the most difficult and more!