Our book marketing and book publicity experts list the top 5 things authors should stop doing on social media.
In part six of Graham Schofield’s series on writing a novel, he discusses the importance of writing the right dialogue to create memorable characters and offers writing tips for authors looking to improve.
In part five of this twelve-part blog series, founder of Books from Start to Finish Graham Schofield shares his thoughts on the essentials in the narration of your story.
Learn How to Craft Engaging and Thought-Provoking Pitches #CanLitPit is under 1 week away so it’s time to write and refine your pitches! Creating an engaging and thought-provoking pitch while following the #CanLitPit guidelines will be a challenge. However, the entire team at DigiWriting and participating #CanLitPit publishers know that Canadian writers are up for [...]
In part four of Graham Schofield’s series on developing your novel, he writes about the use of the prologue and epilogue, and provides tips for authors struggling to decide if they should be included.
Build solid book reviewer lists and meaningful relationships by following these 5 tips from our book marketing experts.
In part three of Graham Schofield’s guest blog series on developing your novel, he offers authors writing tips on plot development, pacing, and timeline.
Our book marketing experts walk authors through the ins and outs of Instagram Stories analytics, what each metric means, and how you can use this knowledge to improve your Instagram Stories strategy and sell more books.
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.
Our book marketing experts provide helpful tips on organizing author appearances and author events as part of a title’s overall publicity plan.
In the second of a twelve-part blog series, founder of Books from Start to Finish Graham Schofield explores developing characters.
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.