Alexia Chamberlynn and I have collaborated on something fun for our followers. It stemmed from the first week of Deana Barnhart's Gearin' Up to Get an Agent blogfest, the subject of which was to ask your burning questions about writing.
We started off talking about overall marketing tips, but our conservation quickly focused on the role Amazon can play in revving up your marketing campaign. To learn more about using Amazon to optimize book sales, I hope you'll hop over to The Life and Literary Pursuits of Alexia Chamberlynn.
If you haven't had an opportunity to visit Alexia's blog, you're in for a real treat, as her posts are filled with timely information as is her new newsletter, Raven Moon. Plus she's a wonderfully supportive and inspiring blog friend. Hope to see you there!
REQUEST FOR A FULL
There must be something awesome associated with doing guest posts. This weekend when I appeared on J.L. Campbell's blog, Tamar Rydzinski of The Laura Dail Literary Agency asked for the first 50 pages of my historical YA, The Underground Gift. This week Alexia's blog has been a magnet for good luck as well, as Allie Maldonado of WiDo Publishing asked Monday for a full.
WORKING THOSE BLOG COMMENTS
Next Thursday YA fantasy/paranormal romance author Theresa Milstein of Substitute Teacher's Saga will be kicking off a series of guest posts on Bird's-eye View. She'll be talking about how to get blog comments to really work for you.
IS THIS THE AGENT FOR ME?
Jeanne Bannon of Beyond Words will be hosting a guest post in a few days that contains tips for discovering the perfect person to belief in your book. Jeanne and I hope you’ll stop by, because as part of the post we’ll be giving away a free critique of someone’s query letter or first 250 pages. Jeanne’s debut book, Invisible, is scheduled for release later this year by Solstice Publishing.
What guest posts would you like to see in the future?