Getting your book published—whether traditionally or as an indie—is a fantastic accomplishment.
And then comes the marketing! What works and what doesn’t?
Those are questions that authors need to answer for themselves based on their goals, genre, and audience. In this presentation, Margo will help you define your marketing goals, present some best practices, and provide you with at least one next step you can start implementing today. This talk is for writers of any genre and for any audience, including children’s writers. Come with questions and something to write on!
Margo L. Dill is a writer, editor, instructor, and publisher living in St. Louis, MO. She has 5 books published for children and teens and currently is the owner of the independent publishing company, Editor-911 Books, which publishes books for children and adults. She also works as a managing editor with WOW! Women On Writing, a website that connects women writers and offers contests, classes, and information for writers. To find out more about Margo, please check out http://www.margoldill.com or http://www.editor-911.com. When she is not writing, she works in a B2B marketing firm and is the mom to a 12-year-old daughter and 4-year-old dog.
As usual, the Marketing Support Group will meet before the regular meeting, beginning at 5:30 p.m. The same Zoom link will be used for both the Marketing Support and the monthly membership meeting.
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