In part seven of this twelve-part blog series, founder of Books from Start to Finish Graham Schofield shares his thoughts on the dialogue in your story and how to “show” readers what is happening vs. simply telling them.
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How We’ve Helped: Testimonials from Authors & Publishers
Since our inception, we have had the pleasure to be a valued team member and partner with authors and publishers from around the world. Here is what they’re saying about DigiWriting.
There is no doubt in my mind that DigiWriting’s custom publicity solutions were integral to an increase in my book’s sales and exposure.
Dr. Annika Sörensen, author of Take Stress from Chaos to Calm
They work hard and fast and intelligently; they have been flexible; they offer great advice (even to stupid questions) and tell unpleasant truths when needed. In short, they act as a true ally. I couldn’t recommend them more highly.
Alan Bradshaw, Bliss Group Books
Outsourcing our book’s marketing and publicity to DigiWriting has proved to be a cost effective solution for us.
Perry Prete, Sands Press
DigiWriting helped me grow my social media presence, and they helped me increase my knowledge of how social media works. But what is more important, they were there for me 24-7 during a very demanding time in my career. They were much more than just a marketing and PR company. They were there for me, they truly believed in my projects and for that I am extremely grateful.
Working with DigiWriting Book Marketing has been a dream. I can’t wait to work with them again on my next book!