Advertising Your Writing #4

furry friends4I probably should have put this one as the first place to advertise your book.  http://www.goodreads.com. Has a lot going on for writers on their website. First you must join for free as a member who reads books. They will ask for ten books you have read and have you rate them.

You can also import your friends from Facebook and Twitter and see what they have been reading.

After waiting for a day, you can submit your book into their data base. From there you can join groups. The first one I joined is called Pure Indie Promotion. This group encourages you to promote your book to others and let them know about promotions.

Amazon just acquired Good Reads, so it’s another good reason to join.

What I’ve written here really only touches the basics of what you can do on Good Reads. So off with you now and get promoting.

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Advertising Your Writing

furry friendsFor the next 40 days or so I plan to list 30 places to advertise e books for free. By helping you, I’ll be helping myself to stay motivated to advertise my own e book. The list is no particular order, but they will all be used and tested.

Number 1. http://www.free-online-novels.com

They have a form you use to submit your book. Your book must be free. The owner of the site responds within a week and adds a link to your book.

Free children’s ebook

A group of young children getting ready for an adventure.
Book cover

 

I’ve had a few requests to extend my coupon for my book. The Treasure Hunt. Here is the coupon code: ND98Q.

You can find this ebook at Smashwords.com. I like the fact that I can make a coupon for any of my books and have it ready instantly at Smashwords. If you don’t want to make it free like mine, you can put any discount you like and distribute it as you see fit.