Marketing for Writers: A Practical Workbook Expanded Second Edition Now Available!

It’s official. I have just published the expanded second edition of my popular workbook. This one is monstrously up to date and features new content on:

  • Self-publishing tips.
  • Ebook formatting.
  • Social networking.
  • Better blogging.
  • Podcasting.
  • More!

I also have quotes from best-selling author L.A. Banks and even more practical tips on how to plan and execute a marketing campaign.

Marketing For WritersMarketing for Writers: A Practical Workbook
by Angela Render
Foreword by Ally E Peltier
ISBN-13: 978-0983686316
$34.95
By the 212 page paperback book from me.
Buy the PDF ebook from me.
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Competition in the publishing industry is fierce. The success of your book is largely dependent on your commitment to it after you’ve finished writing it. This is exponentially true for self-published books. To get noticed, your book needs to be more than perfect: you need a platform and a solid marketing plan. Whether you’re looking to self-publish or pursue a traditional publishing path, Marketing for Writers will guide you with tested concepts and worksheets that will help pave your road to publishing success.

Reviews:
“Amid many such books, some from major publishers, I find that Angela’s stands out. Marketing for Writers contains more good info in its pages than you’ll find in manuals three times as long. It’s concise, fun and easy to read. Out of a thicket of excess information, I’m grateful for this smart, immediately useful tool”
David Y. Todd
Editor

“This workbook is so clearly written that I am already putting together a draft marketing plan as I read it. I have always had the drive and ambition to promote Blind Curves, but I needed to know where to funnel this energy. So as I get ready to finish my project, I head off to my next adventure of marketing it with your voice in my head and book in hand.”
Linda Crill
Author, Blind Curves

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