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Magic Marketing for Memoir | It’s Never Too Late or Too Early to Do Right by Your Book | January 18, 2013

Member Teleseminar

January 18, 2013

11 AM PST 12 PM MST 1 PM CST 2 PM EST

Carolyn Howard-Johnson

 

 

 

Too many memoirists and others who write in literary genres like poetry have come to believe that marketing or promotion won’t work for them. Worse, that it can’t be done. Worse still, that it is counter to their artistic intent. How do you feel about marketing? Does it make your heart beat harder? It’s time to get in the flow of positive thinking about getting your book, and yourself, into the world.

 

Some of our greatest writers and artists have been master marketers. Think Mark Twain, Dickens, Andy Warhol, Peter Max. Think, too, how many more people they reached and inspired because they were good at reaching out to people. Won’t you join us to learn how you can get over your barriers to being a magic marketer?

During this teleseminar you will learn:

  • How to get over your fear of publicity and marketing
  • About the single most important technique for memoirists and other creative types
  • Important information about query letters and book proposals
  • How to develop a positive, joyful attitude about marketing

Carolyn Howard-Johnson is an award-winning poet. She is also the author of a literary novel that garnered eight awards and a book of creative nonfiction short stories. Both are based on elements of memoir. She also has a new memoir being shopped by Terrie Wolf of AKA Literary. She utterly rejects the notion that it’s futile for authors of literary genres to market their books. In fact there has never been a time when they can reach more readers faster and more effectively. You can become your own publicist or a full marketing partner with your publisher or publicist. Come let her share publicity basics and some of her promotion secrets with you. Learn more about her at http://howtodoitfrugally.com.

 

Comments

  1. Stephane Irwin says:

    sounds good. how do we dial in on the 18th?

  2. I’m a memoirist and writer of fiction myself. I cut my teeth on marketing books on those genres. I can’t tell you how pleased I am to be sharing some of the secrets I learned early on with memoirists and other creative sorts who want to be heard.

    Best,

    Carolyn Howard-Johnson
    Excited about how much the new edition of the Frugal Book Promoter (expanded! updated!) can help writers with the tried and true and the new media, too. Now a USA Book News award-winner in its own right (www.budurl.com/FrugalBkPromo) it the original edition was also a Reader Views winner and an Irwin Award winner.