Market your Fiction Book Like Mrs. Field's Cookies
Judy Cullins c. 2006
Most authors assume that only non-fiction can promote well by advanced article marketing. Wait a minute. Fiction writes can too. When you write a great excerpt and post it, fiction lovers will see it and come back to where you sell your book, whether it be your print on demand web site or your own.
You can market a poetry, memoir, or novel with short "articles" when you submit to top article directories and web sites.
of your book free to thousands of people online who want your particular information.
Like an article, set up a dramatic incident from your story. Give it a new introduction and conclusion. Then, in your signature file or resource box, "Excerpted from "Title of your Book." Or, feature your main character or hero in action or conflict. Conflicts include with others, with self, with nature, with technology or with fate. People love your character's conflict because it shows action. And it's the action in your stories that sell them.
One client wrote a memoir on growing up during the Great Depression. She wrote a short article on the New Deal by Roosevelt to attract people to her book, because history lovers would read it.
Remember the who, what, where, when, why and how of your fiction book. Create any one of these topics into a short piece that resembles an article. Articles spread the word online about your book.
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