The Bible is not a book to be read once
Even for its historical significance alone, this book has been studied since first written and gathered together.
Book marketing 101:
Compile book lists, including local schools and libraries, print newspapers and magazines, radio and television. Expand and update as you network, include bookstores, book reviewers, authors, editors, and publishers whose books you love. Even all those business cards you’ve collected from conferences over the years. Update contacts as you network. Post in your own platforms, even if only once weekly, and your will gradually grow. And keep in mind, publishers don’t necessarily care about the numbers of followers, but more who your followers are, and those who you follow.
Writers, editors and journalists—those in the publishing industry, need to have a social media presence, even if that means stepping out of your comfort zone. Gradually, your contacts will continue to grow—and lead to opportunities like creation of writers/critiques groups and support networks.
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Reading Rocks in Rockford 2019
Local Author, Award-Winning Editor & Reviewer Kim Childress Among Guests Slated for Annual Event
Michigan, April 2019: For the 11th year, Rockford celebrates Michigan authors and area readers! Author’s Row features over 30 authors and their publications, including award-winning editor, author, reviewer, and blogger, Kim Childress. Long-time Book Editor for Girls’ Life magazine and Product Developer specializing in children’s publishing, Kim will have books for kids of all ages for sale, including her latest project, The Legend of the Fairy Stones by Kelly White (Morgan James Publishing, April 2, 2019), and her book Find Your Future in Art (Cherry Lake Publishing, Aug. 2016).