Why Promote Your Book? Share Why You’ve Been Working So Hard

You’ve written a fantastic book but now you find that if you want people to read that book it’s up to you to promote and market it. Does that seem fair? It should just fly off the shelves!

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Maybe the sales of that book you just finished will be enough to go to Maui.

Help buck up another author’s spirits. Leave a comment, even a silly reason, about why books need to be ‘pushed’. twitter_tweet_this_65b

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2 Responses to Why Promote Your Book? Share Why You’ve Been Working So Hard

  1. RLB Hartmann says:

    My books need to be pushed because they offer readers a chance to meet the Corderos and their friends (and enemies) in a setting that is both exotic and familiar–a Mexico that no longer exists, but once did. In a time much different from now, people still had dreams to carry them through every peril. Writers have long been told not to blow their own horns, so I’ll shut up now.
    ; )

    • laphillips52 says:

      Ahh Lucille, Great to hear from you and thank you so much for sharing.

      I agree with you, your Cordero saga has so much to offer; there are so many emotions…devotion, love, passion, strength, determination but I never even considered how readers could learn about the importance of hopes and dreams.

      These books definitely need to be ‘pushed’.

      Lynnette Phillips BookWorldMarketing.com (Book Marketing and Promotion) http://lynnettesbookworld.blogspot.com/ (Book Reviews, Author Spotlights and More) Phillips Writing Services Articles ~ Web Content ~ Blog Posts ~ Research Everyone needs content!

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