Book Launching- a blog by Book Baby

Good morning- following is a blog which has great ideas you may find helpful in book launching.

Available now.

Blog courtesy of Book Baby

Over my (many) years in the publishing business, I’ve heard thousands of ideas about how to create a successful book launch.

Some are great, like this one: “Do some homework to see if you live near any authors in your genre. Reach out to them with a letter, ask them out for coffee, and strike up a friendship. Most likely, they’ll have dozens of great ideas for your book launch.”

On the other hand, there’s this thought: “Gender reveal parties are all the rage now! Come up with a way to have huge dramatic fireworks or explosions to highlight your book release and get it on video!”

Don’t. Just don’t.

As part of my book marketing campaign, 2021: The Year To Find Your Readers, I’ve compiled the best of the best ideas for a memorable book launch in my latest BookBaby Blog post. It’s the first half of my discussion of all the “Do’s and Don’ts” of executing a book launch for self-published authors.

Want even more? I’m covering this topic in my next BookBaby Live broadcaston Tuesday, May 25 at 3 pm EDT! All the best, Steven Spatz
President, BookBaby


Published by Glennis Browne (Annie Browne)

New Zealand author, blogging and researcheing family trees. I write fiction ally about historical families, focusing on the challenges, social issues and indiscretions that caused major disruptions in ancestors lives. My aim is to create realistic reality by bringing greater understanding to our generation. Follow The Journeys of the Fortune Seekers Series of novels written by Annie Browne. Book 4 underway. I also write as Glennis Browne.

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