The biggest challenge I struggled with in reading The Writer’s Book Launch Guide by Keely Brooke Keith is the insinuation that we (as authors) are thinking about our book launch twelve months before the book is launched.
Many writers nowadays are Indie writers (independently published) and we want to publish our books as soon as they are ready. We don’t wait a year. The book I launched last week had not even been written a year ago.
Other than that, this book is chock full of good advice. The best part about this advice is that it applies to all aspects of improving our publishing and marketing experience, not just the book launch itself. This is particularly helpful for those same Indie authors who don’t want to wait a year.
If you have a year, great. Follow slowly through the good advice. If you barely have six weeks, like most of us, plow through the details and use them to your advantage. On that note, I need to look through my Works in Progress and decide which one I can launch a year from now!
Have you read The Writer’s Book Launch Guide by Keely Brooke Keith? What’s your opinion? –Julie L. Spencer
Use the companion resource The Writer's Book Launch Journal
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