So, as mentioned yesterday, today we'll be talking about the goals we accomplished in the past week. It's been a super busy week for me and I'm excited to share.
First of all, let's see how I did on my goals for last week.
I got the audition script ready for Through Love's Trials audio book and put that out there. I'm going through auditions now and there are some good ones!
I started the revision and update of On the Edge. So far, it's been a lot easier than I thought.
I updated the metadata tags on two of my books. I'm still working on the other nine.
But now for the awesome news!
I updated my website! Go see it here! I'll wait.
Okay, what did you think? I love the drop down menus for all my books and the header image. I can't stop looking at it! So awesome.
And the second happy dance item goes to the fact that I am nearly finished with my revisions for Falling Slowly and will be giving those to my critique group and beta readers for a final read-through tomorrow! Woohoo! I've worked so hard on this one and can't wait to share more of Claire and Rafe's story with you.
I also have some exciting news to share with you on Monday. I'll be doing a COVER REVEAL for Falling Slowly. It is so amazing . . . but that's all I can say until Monday. I'll also be doing a giveaway to celebrate, so don't miss Monday's post!
So, this next week, my goals are:
- Review the final copy of Falling Slowly
- Have a fun cover reveal party for Falling Slowly
- Get the ARCs ready for Falling Slowly
- Keep working on metadata tags for all my books.
- Keep working on the update for On The Edge.
It's definitely getting to the fun part of having a new book to release! Showing off the baby, so to speak. But sometimes when you have a new book, the marketing process can be overwhelming which brings me to the other thing I wanted to tell you about.
There's a new marketing book that just came out by Heather Moore and Tracy Daley. It's called Ebook Marketing 101: Promotion Sites for Ebooks.
Heather Moore hit the USA Today Bestsellers list and this book tells of all the things she did to do that and how she marketed her books before and after with different promotion sites. I thought it was really helpful and provided a lot of links to each promotion site, but is separated out into categories for people who are on a marketing budget (Free, $10 or less) and then goes up from there. I like how it also included the requirements for each site submission (price, reviews, etc.) and whether it resulted in sales or not. Of course it will be different for each genre and book, but it's a great starting point for authors. I plan to try some of the sites in there for sure!
If you're interested you can download your Kindle copy herefor $3.99
Here's the back copy: