Like it or not, marketing has become part of every author’s job. But believe it or not, marketing doesn’t have to make you miserable.
That’s the premise behind The Author’s Guide to Marketing recently released by publishing insider and BPNW member Beth Jusino. The Author’s Guide shows ways to move past the one-size-fits-all formulas and over-hyped fads, and concentrates on how to build a strategy that works with an author’s unique time, talents, and resources.
Available in paperback to bookstores everywhere (distributed via Ingram), and in all ebook channels. More information: bethjusino.com/the-authors-guide-to-marketing/
Early endorsements from Pacific Northwest authors and professionals provided by the publisher:
“This is a book that will help authors succeed. I love it.” Chip MacGregor, President, MacGregor Literary Agency
“Beth provides a refreshingly candid resource. If you want your new book to do more than simply sit on a shelf (real or digital), The Author’s Guide to Marketing should be required reading.” M.D. Grayson, author of The Danny Logan Mysteries
“”If you’re looking to learn about the reality of marketing your own book, this is the gold standard.” –Paul Jarvis, bestselling author of five books, including The Good Creative
“The Author’s Guide to Marketing cuts through the clanging cymbals of today’s one-size-fits-all marketing advice and points the writer toward a strategy crafted around the author’s own strong suits.” –J.L. Spohr, author of Heirs & Spares: A Novel
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