But what should it include, where should you keep it, who will be interested…hmmm, let’s see if we can find out.
Shannon O’Neil, one half of Duolit shares 50 Ways to Reach Your Readers, #4: Media Kit for Indie Authors
Do you have an author website? Building Your Author Media Page/Press Kit
Joan Stewart asks, Authors: Will your media kit disappoint these 7 audiences?
When should you start assembling you media kit? The Ambitious Author’s Press Kit: Guerrilla-Style Tips for Starting Your Self-Published Book Promotional Campaign the Right Way.
This has some good points and can give you some good ideas. New authors shouldn’t miss it! How To Fatten Your Press Kit When You’re a New Author
Never send an unsolicited media or press kit – it wastes your time and their’s especially if there is no cover letter included. They’re too easy to toss, and These are very busy people. Phone calls can go unanswered so why not try a *personalized email to ask if they’re interested or to set up a phone conversation appointment.
*Remember don’t spam editors, journalists, event planners or other pros.
Benefit from this author’s experience Author shares 5 tips for getting book publicity