Marketing Your Book

Marketing your book doesn’t have to be nonstop stress. Here you can find our videos on how to promote your work. To watch all of them, use the embedded playlist. To find a specific topic with regards to marketing your book, use the list below or the search bar.

Beth Revis: Get Inspired About Marketing… By Writing More Books

Beth Revis–author of the Across the Universe trilogy, The Body Electric, A World Without You, and the Paper Hearts series–shares one of the best marketing tips you’ll ever hear!

Blog Tours

Erica Crouch talks about blog tours, why they’re important for authors, and why they are fun for bloggers.

Contacting Authors/Bloggers/Industry Professionals

Kellie Sheridan talks about the best way to get in touch with authors, bloggers, and industry professionals in order to create opportunities for yourself.

Creating the Perfect Pitch

E. Latimer talks about the best way to create a pitch for your novel that will have readers sprinting for the bookstore.

Events for Writing

Kellie Sheridan talks about how you can have fun and network at the same time, based on her experiences at AdAstra, a Toronto-based sci-fi and fantasy convention.

How to Write a Press Kit

Erica Crouch talks about how to write a press kit and provides an example of a good one.

Networking for Book Nerds

Kellie Sheridan talks about networking, why it’s important, and how you should be doing it.

Street Teams

Kellie Sheridan talks about street teams, what they are, and how she hopes to use them for her next project.

Street Teams 2

Erica Crouch talks about the benefits of street teams to both writers and readers, and introduces her street team–THE ODD SQUAD.

Talking About Blog Tours!

Kellie Sheridan talks about blog tours, now that she helps authors run blog tours!

Top 3 Publishing Tips

E. Latimer gives three tips to promoting your book, based on the things she has learned from publishing FROST.

Tracking Publishing Trends

Emma Gisclair talks about how to track market trends in publishing, so that you can tell if your book/genre/topic/etc. is particularly what the market is looking for.