Positioning Your Book

I finally got time to sit down and catch up on some of my industry reading early this morning before the birds were even up. Yes, author insomnia isn’t pleasant, but the muse wants what the muse wants, right?

Anyway, I came across this article in a Publisher’s Weekly Newsletter that I receive and thought it was worth sharing. It doesn’t give a great deal of detail on what to do in regard to positioning your book, but it will give you some great insight into what to think about. I’ll be looking around for some helpful sources that I will post later.

For Indie Authors, Positioning is Key

Enjoy. If you have any additional information, please feel free to comment and share.

 

About Kelly Abell

I am a writer, blogger, and graphic artist. My aim for you is to utilize this blog to help you improve your writing skills, and to educate you on the publishing business. If you need help with writing, want to self-publish a book and need advice, or just want to kick a story idea around to see what works best, that's what I'm here for. As I gain knowledge from editors and publishers, I will share that knowledge with you. As writers we should always strive to improve our craft and grow. A day should not pass where you haven't learned or tried something new with your writing. Many thanks to my Night Owl Friend, Lea Ellen Borg for editing my posts! Best to you and all your characters and stories. Write on, my friends...Write on.
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One Response to Positioning Your Book

  1. Great post! Thanks for sharing!

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