We’re moving into the 4th and final quarter of 2016. How are you doing with your goals? There is still time.
This edition of Weekend Reading highlights a few online courses I’ve been working on – two are absolutely free. I also found great articles on creating a press kit, launching a new book release and a quick guide to Indie Author Day (October 8).
If you missed an edition of Weekend Reading, you can view the archives at any time.
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Author Branding Checklist for Twitter (+ FREE 5-Day Email Course)
Did you sign up for Twitter a few months ago or over a year ago, and you’re still not sure what to do with the platform? Do you just tweet without much thought or strategy? In this post, we will focus on making sure your Twitter profile is appealing to readers.
This blog post is the second in a series called “Author Branding on Social Media.” If you missed the first blog post, check out Author Branding Checklist for Instagram Profile (now with FREE 5-Day Email Course!)
FOR READING LATER …
Countdown to Indie Author Day – October 8
Emilie Hancock of BiblioLabs, talks about the upcoming Indie Author Day 2016 and how authors can prepare to participate. You can also find out more at the official website, indieauthorday.com.
What Goes in a Press Kit?
Liz Edelstein walks you through creating a robust press kit—specific to the needs of online marketing for authors.
Getting Ready to Launch a Book? Start with these 5 Questions
Andrea Dunlop explains how you need to have a good idea of not only how the marketing process works, but also how the process will work best for you.
First impressions are important and even more so in this fast-paced world. It’s important to not simply throw a website together. If you’re looking for a course that helps you build a professional DIY author website, let’s get started!
Have a blessed weekend!