This panoramic overview of literary marketing surveys an array of promotional elements, such as back cover design, endorsements, reviews, blogging, social networking, media kits, interviews, trailers, press releases, features, and virtual tours.
Stephanie will help you differentiate between what should be delegated and what you can and should do themselves by showing them how professional book publicists work with their clients.
She will demonstrate examples from real campaigns that illustrate the costs and benefits of specific strategies you as an author may be considering for your own book.
You will gain a general understanding of how to promote your book and get started on the road to developing the promotion strategy that best suits your title and genre.
About the Speaker
Stephanie’s award-winning clients include traditional publishers and their authors, small presses, and independently published writers. She promotes historical fiction & nonfiction, including history, business/career, memoir, self-help, spirituality and biography. She was a National Finalist in More Magazine’s Reinvention Story Competition, nominated by her peers as Book Publicist of the Year, and voted Preditors & Editors Best Promotion Service. San Francisco Book Review publishes a column to which she contributes.
Book Elves Boot Camp is Wednesday, July 17th from 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM at Posh Coworking in Austin. The cost is $39 and includes lunch.
To learn more about this Boot Camp Workshop, for directions and to register, click here.
See you there!