2019 Wrap-Up: The Year’s Best Book Marketing Advice, Part 2

by | Jan 1, 2020 | Book Marketing Basics, Goodreads Marketing & Promotion

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Welcome to 2020! I’d like to kick off the year with a look at some more of the most popular book marketing articles from 2019. Maybe your book promotion fell off the radar over the past year, or you felt stuck in a rut with your book marketing plan. There’s nothing like a brand new year to get inspired and reinvigorated to work toward new goals. Let these posts be your resolution to get (or keep) your book marketing on track! And to help, you can download my free monthly planner in the Resources section below.

How to Promote Kindle Books with a Goodreads Giveaway

A Goodreads Giveaway can do a lot for your promotion. This post looks at how to do it the best way for your book.

Book Marketing Ideas and a Checklist for Author Events

Make the most of your author events with these creative ideas and checklist to ensure a great event!

Book Cover Design Tips for Your Next Release

Your book cover can make or break your book! Follow these tips for a design that will set you up for success.


Book Marketing Ideas: 14 Habits of Highly Successful Authors

No one is born famous! Take a look at these habits that all successful authors follow.

Hosting Local Author Events in Non-Traditional Venues

Think outside the bookstore! Build buzz and expand your audience with non-traditional venues.

How to Market Your Book with Author Central: 5 Quick Fixes

Amazon Author Central – the most underutilized FREE book promotion strategy! Learn why it’s important and how to make it work for you.

I’m so excited for 2020 and look forward to helping you any way I can on your book marketing journey. I’d love to hear what your plans are for the coming year – please share in the comments!

Cheers to a successful year ahead!

Resources and Downloads

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