Looking for a new event location to promote your self-published book? Check out this great list of local and regional book promotion venues for self-published authors! Some of these book promotion locations are traditional (we’re looking at you, bookstores!), but here...
Read Up! The Right Way To Pitch A Book Promotion Event To A Library | Self-Publishing Relief
Ready to promote your self-published book at your local library? Better have a plan! Library event coordinators are fabulous supporters of the arts, but they’re not always an easy sell for new authors. Self-Publishing Relief gives you the tips that will make more...
12 Easy Ways To Boost Attendance At Your Book Signing, Reading, Or Author Seminar
Ready to promote your book signing, lecture, reading, or seminar? If you want to fill all the seats in your venue, you’ll have to do some promotional legwork. Whether you’re self-published or traditionally published, here are great marketing strategies to help you...
Book A Book Signing! Get More Speaking Gigs To Promote Your Self-Published Book
For both traditionally published and self-published authors, the best way to hand-sell books is to coordinate book signings with other events: seminars, readings, lectures. But successfully landing a speaking gig takes some preparation. Here are the steps you’ll need...
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