Social Media for Authors, Tools of the Trade, Virtual Assistant, WAHM

Feeling Frazzled? Try a Social Media Slow DOWN

Social media seems to change faster and faster every year. Let me correct that; every WEEK. What was once “the-uber-best-hot strategy” can be viewed as “so last year” in just a few months. The learning curve with social media can be steep, and some folks feel as if keeping up with trends, strategies, and changes… Read More Feeling Frazzled? Try a Social Media Slow DOWN

Book Love, Social Media for Authors, Tools of the Trade

Can You Really Call Yourself an Author—or are You an Author Impostor?

Guest post from author, Carissa Andrews It’s not uncommon for writers to feel like they aren’t truly authors unless they’ve been published and represented by the big names. This mentality will not yield the publishing results you’re looking for and could be costing you time and earnings. A lot has changed in the publishing world in… Read More Can You Really Call Yourself an Author—or are You an Author Impostor?

Social Media for Authors, social media tips, Tools of the Trade, Virtual Assistant, WAHM

Instagram 101 for Children’s Book Authors

How to market books, build a platform and get our work in front of potential buyers is always an ongoing….journey for any author. The list of marketing ideas that can lead to book sales is a long one, but leveraging social media is still somewhere towards the TOP of the list. Some channels are more… Read More Instagram 101 for Children’s Book Authors

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Social Media 101 for Authors -How and When to Start Building an Author Platform

Recently I had the pleasure of doing some Social Media 101 for Authors training for a group of upcoming authors. None of this group was officially published yet, but as authors, they all recognized the importance of Creating a Presence on Social Media otherwise known as an “author platform. Before my Social Media 101 for… Read More Social Media 101 for Authors -How and When to Start Building an Author Platform