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Getting to Know Your #Pit2Pub Publishers – Part 8

By |January 28th, 2016|

Bliss Group Books, Molten Publishing, Riptide Publications, Sands Press, and Urbane Publications We’re only a few short weeks away from #Pit2Pub on February 3, 2016! #Pit2Pub is a Twitter Pitch Party for writers to tweet a 140-character pitch for their completed and polished manuscript(s) directly to publishers. If one of the writer’s pitches is favourited by [...]

How to Receive Reviews on High Profile Blogs

By |January 28th, 2016|

3 Great Tips from our Book Marketing Experts Over the past year, we’ve been very excited to work with women’s fiction author Jennifer Ammoscato and her hilarious chick lit debut, Dear Internet: It’s Me, Avery. We knew that this relatable and laugh-out-loud-funny novel would click with reviewers, especially due to its Internet-specific theme, and wanted [...]

Getting to Know Your #Pit2Pub Publishers – Part 3

By |January 14th, 2016|

Crimson Tree Pub, Curiosity Quills, Dancing Lemur Press, and Entangled We’re only a few short weeks away from #Pit2Pub on February 3, 2016! #Pit2Pub is a Twitter Pitch Party for writers to tweet a 140-character pitch for their completed and polished manuscript(s) directly to publishers. If one of the writer’s pitches is favourited by a publisher, [...]

Getting to Know Your #Pit2Pub Publishers – Part 2

By |January 12th, 2016|

BookFish Books, City Owl Press, Clean Teen Pub, and CleanReads We’re only a few short weeks away from #Pit2Pub on February 3, 2016! #Pit2Pub is a Twitter Pitch Party for writers to tweet a 140-character pitch for their completed and polished manuscript(s) directly to publishers. If one of the writer’s pitches is favourited by a publisher, [...]

Getting to Know Your #Pit2Pub Publishers – Part 1

By |January 7th, 2016|

Anaiah Press, Beachwalk Press, and Blaze Publishing We’re only a few short weeks away from #Pit2Pub on February 3, 2016! #Pit2Pub is a Twitter Pitch Party for writers to tweet a 140-character pitch for their completed and polished manuscript(s) directly to publishers. If one of the writer’s pitches is favourited by a publisher, they may [...]

DigiWriting Escapes From Zombies… Kind Of

By |December 21st, 2015|

A Play-By-Play Of Our Annual Holiday Event Every year, in keeping with the spirit of the season, our staff of book marketing experts enjoys a surprise holiday event. This year we had a pretty good idea of what we would be doing, but we didn’t want to ruin the surprise until the day of! As [...]

A Holiday Message From DigiWriting

By |December 16th, 2015|

Office Closed December 24, 2015 - January 3, 2016 Traditionally, the holiday season is a time to spend with family and friends and celebrate the spirit of the season. It’s a time to get cozy by the fireplace, relax, and enjoy that extra serving or two of a cherished  Christmas dessert (something chocolate, we hope). [...]

Book Launch: Nirvana by J.R. Stewart

By |November 9th, 2015|

Author & VR Expert Provides a Grizzly Glimpse into our Future Over the past year, our team has had the pleasure of working with Blue Moon Publishers on the speculative young adult Nirvana series. Along with this amazing opportunity, our book marketing experts were tasked with managing the publicity of another expert – author J.R. [...]

Book Marketing Series: We’re Partying with #Pit2Pub!

By |September 28th, 2015|

DigiWriting Partners with #Pit2Pub for 2016 We are very excited to announce that DigiWriting has partnered with the organizers of the popular #Pit2Pub Twitter Pitch Parties. Using our resources, reach, and expertise, we cannot wait to assist in elevating #Pit2Pub and its participating publishers and authors to new heights. Despite the fact that the next [...]

How To Promote Your Book In A Guest Blog Post

By |April 16th, 2015|

How To Leverage Your Book A guest blog post offers an opportunity to promote yourself and your book while imparting knowledge and sharing information with the blog’s readership. It is understood that this arrangement is a partnership of sorts: the blog receives content, and you get exposure to a new audience. When executed properly, a guest [...]

In Praise Of Independent Bookstores

By |March 2nd, 2015|

The Introduction To Books “You’re going to encounter other people who work there or who will be there by chance who might have different experiences than you do. I think that’s a healthy thing for our society to interact with and make friends with people who have different ideas than what we do.” The above [...]

Remembering Steve Webster

By |December 8th, 2014|

Celebrating Author Steve Webster March 10, 1968 - December 6, 2014    In Memoriam Most people worry about getting older, but four-time cancer survivor Steve Webster worried about not getting older. He was a special person with a unique perspective on life and we had the pleasure of working with him during the launch of his book this [...]