Category Archives: Book Marketing

Will Amazon’s New Review Policy Kill Indie Authors?

To get my initial book reviews, I relied on friends and family. Some of them do not even know how to access Amazon.com, and so I have to personally show them the steps to take to get a review posted after they read my book. As of this writing, Darkin only has three reviews–that’s because Continue Reading →

Is Kickstarter Worth Doing For An Indie eBook?

I ran a Kickstarter campaign that ran from early October to early November. Was it worth it? The Kickstarter for Darkin was unsuccessful in fulfilling its financial goal. So was it still a total loss? In case you’re unfamiliar with Kickstarter, here’s a simple explanation: You post a creative project, such as a movie, book, Continue Reading →

Advertising Your eBook on YouTube

In today’s post, I will relay my experience with advertising my book Darkin on youtube. I had the idea that I should try to seek out a Youtube Book review by an indie book reviewer, someone who would champion my cause, and help me to get some new readers. The first thing I did was Continue Reading →

The Best Places to Advertise Your eBook

So you’ve decided to go the indie route and publish your own novels. One of the most daunting aspects of the process is promotion. It takes time and money that could be better spent on the creative project itself. Hopefully, the latter is not really the case–the end result, at least we all hope, is Continue Reading →