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    An Author’s Secret Weapon: Marketing Advice for Twitter

    Posted by Charles Gray on September 12, 2014

    Excellent advice! Remember that every self-published author has tools available that a major author in the 1970s would have cheerfully murdered his or her best friend for. It’s all a matter of making proper use of those tools.

    Nicholas C. Rossis

    nnlightToday I have another guest post for you, by another one of my friends, N.N. Light. She is the author of the fantasy book “Princess of the Light.”

    She’s not here to speak of her book though. Instead, she has some great tips to share about book marketing, and specifically how to best use Twitter to promote your book.

    Aaaand, take it, dear Ms. Light!

    Marketing Advice for Twitter

    “What is the secret to marketing my book?”

    I see this question a lot on Twitter and various blogs I subscribe to.  In this age of self-publishing, the world is filled with authors trying to sell their books.  Everyone wants to know the secret and to increase their sales.  I also am asked this question and as I am just starting out in this great big world of book marketing, I have to rely on my experience as a professional…

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    2 Responses to “An Author’s Secret Weapon: Marketing Advice for Twitter”

    1. Thank you so much for the reblog! 🙂

    2. Thank you kindly for the reblog! Have a super weekend! 🙂

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