Author Promotion

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12 Tips for a Stand-out Facebook Event by Kelsey Browning

Our own Kelsey Browning stops by to tell us about Facebook author parties and how to plan them – and better yet, how to make them work! Author Facebook parties have been all the rage for […]

Building an Author Platform with Carole Jelen

Welcome Carole Jelen, literary agent and author platform builder. If you’re looking to increase your reader base, you need to build your author platform – and here’s Carole to tell us how! There’s no way […]

Balancing the Business Side of Writing with Kathleen Collins

Gone are the days when an author signed a contract and dealt solely with an editor and an agent. Nowadays, authors are required to promote themselves and their books…and write. Author Kathleen Collins shares her […]

Let’s Talk About Marketing SWAG with Cynthia D’Alba

Cynthia D’Alba is the real deal. Funny, smart, kind and she writes awesome, sexy heroes. She is also savvy and practical, so she was a natural choice for me to ask to write a blog about SWAG. […]

Branding Yourself. Be Careful Of The Hot Pokers. Handsome Hansel

First, congratulations to Handsome Hansel of the Dance of Romance and his new three-book deal! =) Congrats! Second, since I met HH on Twitter, his post about using social media is definitely one to listen […]

Put the Shine on Your Personal and Professional Marketing with Candis Terry

Right now, there are 42,567 romance books in print format listed on Amazon. What should you do to make your book stand out from the rest? Author Candis Terry shares important marketing tips so you and your book won’t just […]

From Jane Austen to Jane Jetson – Making Yourself At Home Online with Pamela Mason

I’m happy to welcome Pamela Mason to the RU campus! I met Pamela last year through her on-line group, 5 a.m. Writers. Today, Pamela talks about finding your comfort zone in the ever changing world of […]

Why Goodreads is Now an Essential Part of Author’s Social Media Plans by Oliver Rhodes

Welcome back Oliver Rhodes! Today Oliver leads us through the jungle of Goodreads – authors take note! Why Goodreads is now an essential part of your author social media strategy: and what to do about […]

A Five Author Street Team = Too Many Cooks in the Kitchen? A Recipe for Success, by Tracy March

You can take your pick of online dictionaries on the web, but I like this definition of “street team” best: “A Street team is a term used in marketing to describe a group of people […]

The 7 Components of Book Marketing Strategy by Jennifer Fusco

I heard Jennifer Fusco give a workshop at RWA Nationals and I knew I wanted her to come to RU.  Then, I “met” her on FB and discovered that she’s not only smart and savvy […]

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