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Why You Must Promote Your Book

You need to promote your book if you want to build a dedicated readership. Want author success? Start here……..

Book promotion made easy

by Annette J Beveridge

I get it. You love the whole creative writing process but when it comes to book promotion, you feel it’s a lengthy and uninspiring chore. However, you owe it to yourself to promote your book and to commit fully to the process because otherwise, your book is likely to sink without a trace. Even the best books need nurturing. If you consider that you have sweated blood and tears when writing your fiction or non-fiction book, why would you limit its progress and not do all you can to get the word out there so people can read it?

There is nothing as soul-destroying as seeing your book sliding down the Amazon sales chart. You may not have written your book with the intent of being a bestselling author but it would be nice if someone read it, right? We all want to know that our words are powerful. That they resonate with others and that the creative project that was once just a faint idea has now taken shape and is a viable, published entity. That’s powerful and amazing.

Promote your book regularly

It’s true if you want to promote your book, do so regularly. This means keeping one finger on the pulse of book marketing and promotion. It’s about learning and identifying what works and what does not. To promote your book, consider which marketing sites will do justice to your book, and this will, of course, be dependent on your marketing budget. You must also consider how much time you have although our add to sites service may be just what you are looking for.

If you want to promote your book successfully, create a plan of action. Start today. When you see your book being downloaded regularly, all the hard work will be worth it.

Summary

If you don’t know where to start, just ask us. We are happy to guide you. If you want us to take the strain out of your book marketing endeavours, we can do this too. We have numerous ways to help you and we go above and beyond many book marketing services.

By annetteyoung

Annette Young is an author and editor and founder of Creative1 Publishing. She has written 16-books in her name and has ghost-written numerous books for clients worldwide. Passionate about the written word, Annette has helped numerous authors to polish their words and to improve their sales potential.