1. Move Post Online Lurking
No matter what your online comfort, it's time to quit lurking on other people's blogs and facebook pages. Blast yourself into the blogosphere.2. Be a Blurb Slut
Google the agents and editors of other writers and grovel. Ask friends of friends of friends and grovel some more.3. Do Not Snort on National Public Radio
Sandra Bullock can snort and make it seem sexy. Not all of us have that gift.4. Bookstore Readings Don't Sell Many Books, But Do Them Anyway
Do bookstore readings on your own - it's fun and a great way to connect.5. Ignore the Siren Call of Amazon
Amazon numbers fluctuate every hour and only tell you how you're doing relative to other books. THESE ARE NOT REAL SALES FIGURES.6. Contact Book Clubs
Although these clubs are often small - maybe a dozen people at most, usually women - they offer a chance for you to get important feedback from readers and will make you truly believe that what you do is worthwhile.7. Even When Your Publicist Quits, You Can't
Publicizing a book successfully is a lot like writing: all you need is staying power and a willingness to try anything.I’ve only given you little snippets of what she had to say, so click over and read the full article.
Of these 7 tips, which one is your favorite?