A Timeline for Launching, Marketing and Promoting Your Book

A Timeline for Launching, Marketing and Promoting Your Book

by Sharon Bially on January 10, 2021

One of the questions authors ask us nearly daily is, “what should I be doing to launch and promote my book, and when?” Like with everything in the publishing world, there’s no single “right time” or “right way.”  But if your publication date is at least six months out and you’re the kind of person who likes to plan ahead, below are the steps in what we at BookSavvy consider to be an optimal book … Continue reading A Timeline for Launching, Marketing and Promoting Your Book

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What you need to know about Zoom launch events: interview with Bettye Kearse

by Sharon Bially on May 4, 2020

Tell us about your book: BK: According to my family’s oral history, I am the great-great-great-great granddaughter of President James Madison and an enslaved woman named Corrine.  The Other Madisons: The Lost History of a President’s Black Family traces my family’s history from the antebellum south to present-day Virginia, Texas, and California and investigates this story, which echoes with the abuses of slavery. Your publication date was March 24, just as the Coronavirus crisis was … Continue reading What you need to know about Zoom launch events: interview with Bettye Kearse

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Optimism for authors in these times: Mary Odgers’ story

by Sharon Bially on April 20, 2020

We hope you’re still holding up alright in this” new normal.”  To remind you of its sunnier side— and that yes, there is a sunnier side!—here is our next inspiring author story: Nurse and life coach Mary Odgers is author of Six Funerals and a Wedding—a memoir about losing her home and a lifetime of memories to a California wildfire and then, just one year later, losing her husband, her father, and her youngest son. … Continue reading Optimism for authors in these times: Mary Odgers’ story

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