Camp NaNoWriMo musings
Camp NaNoWriMo Day 5: 20k words in a Month is totally doable
Old habits die hard.
It’s 10:30pm during NaNoWriMo and I’m working on my project. I save (backup) and quit, realizing this is Camp NaNo, and I can relax.
Camp NaNo Day 4: Yeah, I’m late but doing this
I hadn’t planned on doing Camp NaNo this year. I have quite a few projects going, but I need to write the fourth and final installment of the Faerie Tales series before I can move on to my other projects.
Kindle Vella: A New Platform Where my work will be featured
Amazon announced the launch of their new story platform Kindle Vella (To learn more about the platform, click here). I will publish two episodic series featured on Vella. The way that I will write each episode will not be like a chapter of a book. The episodes will be more like an episode of a[…]
Marketing Monday: Pinterest
Authors can use Pinterest as a marketing tool.
Marketing Monday: Branding
When I first heard of author branding, I rolled my eyes. I was at a three-day writers’ workshop, learning about the essentials of story craft through panels, participating in critique groups, and attending panels about different aspects of the business of publishing. The presenters were a small press and a cover artist. It was quite[…]
Marketing Monday: Marketing Strategies for Indie authors
Congrats! You’ve finished your novel! You’ve edited, revised, and polished that baby until it’s not only a well-crafted story, but flawless in execution. Here’s what you need to do next before you hit publish.
Excerpt from Vow Unbroken (Faerie Tales No. 3) by T.J. Deschamps
Vow Unbroken releases May 28th! To celebrate, I’ve put the e-book version of all three novellas in the Faerie Tales series on sale for .99c each for the month of May (Free on Kindle Unlimited). Three books for three bucks! I also wanted to share an excerpt from this tantalizing tale, filled with intrigue, action, and a little steam.
If you have a newsletter and write fantasy, would you be interested in doing a newsletter swap? I have spaces available to advertise books in my premiere newsletter coming out this month. Please contact me through the contact page with a link to where your book is sold.
Marketing Monday: Book Reviews
How many reviews do your books have?
The answer matters and here’s why.
MARKETING MONDAY: Advertising on a Budget
Investing in your indie author business doesn’t have to be overwhelming. Advertisements don’t have to be costly to be effective. All it takes is research and knowing where to place your money where your dollar (or whatever currency you use) is most effective.
Marketing Monday: ARC Readers-What Are They and Should I Use Them?
Getting reviews, even bad ones, is a good thing. Readers tend to flock to books that are being read and talked about by others.
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