A three-part approach to book marketing

There are more than a million books self-published every year, and if you want your book to be noticed—if you want to sell it beyond your immediate circle—you have to create and execute a marketing plan.

Most authors dislike the idea of book marketing. They think of it as a huge chore, and one that is easy to put off. In a talk for Willamette Writers and in the accompanying guide, Patricia suggests that by organizing marketing materials and creating the right tools, you can spend less time on marketing and being to forge a genuine connection with your audience.

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