As an author, your online presence brings your readers into your world. The images and verbiage you choose will either create a deeper interest or a divide that will be difficult to mend. This article is for those who have had some works printed and have already started to bring a voice to social media outlets. … Continue reading Developing your Image
Have you ensured your Amazon book page has a great book description, amazing cover and your book is competitively priced and has plenty of reviews? Your answer: Have you looked up similar books to yours on Amazon and noted their Amazon categories and possible keywords? If yes, please input categories & keywords. Your answer: Have … Continue reading So You Have Been Stitched Now What?
What is list building? You offer something of value for free in exchange for an email address. You can set up auto-responders which are automatic emails that go out directing the person to more useful information. This is permission marketing. You have given something to the person and in exchange asked permission to send them … Continue reading How to Build an Email List for Authors
Zombiepalooza Radio Live Presents: A Night with a few of the 2015 Bram Stoker Award Nominees 2-26-16 Starting at 8 pm EST Your not gonna want to miss this set your clocks, and mark your calender's 1. 8:-9 pm EST JG Faherty for "The Cure" (Samhain Publishing) IN: Superior Achievement in a Novel http://tinyurl.com/z277x3g 2.9-10 … Continue reading Zombiepalooza Radio Live Presents: Bram Stoker Nominees 2015
Some great press for Stitched Smile Publications and its Founder/CEO Lisa Vasquez Zombiepalooza Radio Live Presents 2-12-16 The Business Of Being An Author 8:00-9:00 pm EST Author Ed Cardillo AUTHOR Page: http://tinyurl.com/hf3rsxr 9:00-10 pm EST Author & CEO Lisa Vasquez AUTHOR Page: http://tinyurl.com/zhhzfdj CEO Page: http://www.stitchedsmilepublications.com/ 10:00-11 pm EST Author Nick Cole AUTHOR Page: http://tinyurl.com/hhlwq3y … Continue reading Zombiepalooza Radio Live Presents Authors On FIRE
Why is it important to put your best face forward as an author? The image you choose will follow you for a long while. Making sure it is done properly to signify you as an author/genre specific will help you relate to your potential audience. Things to be aware of that distract from a great … Continue reading Putting Your Best Face Forward
While I am a firm believer in having my books edited, I never did with my autobiography. I just felt like when writing it; it was straight from my heart and for me, it was something I wanted to be 'just mine.' Granted I didn't just slop it together or such but as I am … Continue reading Editing an Autobiography or no?
The Art of the Pull Social media, when it first came to be, was the place to push a creatives work. Get it to the masses quickly, and efficiently. However, as with all things, the approach to new clients changes with the times. Sites like Facebook are taking the ability to get information regarding our … Continue reading The Art of the Pull (Client Building)
Putting together a new collaboration of my first five short stories from the Bloodline Series Vol.1. I am finding it odd or at least with me that short stories seem rather more difficult to get out there. I know with larger books I have written, it seemed that there were more interests. Is size really … Continue reading Working on Promo
Very glad and honored to have the opportunity to sign with Stitched Smile Publications. I would like to take the time to thank the entire staff and looking forward to a promising future.