1. Reviews: detailed instructions on how to get reviews, what to include, with a list of online sites which will
post reviews and several print magazines that will review books.
2. Chats: how to get involved with chats conducted by various online writing sites, with a natural progression on
how to get invited to be a guest author. Then on to how to create your own chats.
3. Service clubs: how to locate them, how to approach them, what to offer them, and a good list of many of the major
national service clubs in America.
4. Online chat interviews: A great way to keep the mundane interviews from bogging down by doing an informal "live"
5. Press releases: how to get them in all over the country by "customizing" your book to different geographical
areas. Also includes a detailed up-to-date list of links to two major newspapers in each of the 50 states.
6. Family history: how to write and sell your family secrets without making enemies. Will give detailed instructions
on what to include when you write your family history, as well as several libraries which specialize in genealogical collections.
Also several genealogy magazines that are ripe markets in an ever-expanding field.
7. Inspirational writing: how to build your credits in this market, as well as how to make the leap from the small,
non-paying periodicals to popular periodicals like Guideposts. Will include a list of some of the magazines, as well as many
fictional book publishers in this hot niche. Even Harlequin is getting into the inspirational romance field!
8. Seasonal hits: Will show the writers how to gear their books at specific times of the year so they
have a better chance of getting book sales. Will include a list of several "popular" books that fit this scenario so they
can study what works.
9. Radio interviews: will provide a sample script, as well as instructions on how to steer the interviewer where
you want him to go.
10. E-groups: How to create your own e-group and how to keep it active. Will also include a good list
of many active writers e-groups that will not only provide good sales possibilities (yes, writers are good readers), but good
moral support as well.
11. Search engines: how to make the best use of them. Tricks that will get you listed without much effort. Will
provide a list of numerous search engines.
12. Teaching: how to share what you know by teaching classes through the public libraries, adult education, writers
groups, etc. Will give a sample curriculum for a six-week course.
13. Newsletters: how to make your newsletter work for you. Will include how to get your information included in
other authors newsletters.
14. Web sites: a walk-through with suggestions of what to include. Will include a walk-through Janet Elaine Smiths
web site and why she has what she has.
15. Independent bookstores: how to get your books listed in thousands of online and brick and mortar bookstores
without leaving home. Will include an online experiment that put Janet Elaine Smiths books in well over 1000 online bookstores.
16. Book signings: how and where to get them and how to make them a success. Suggestions for the "unusual" that
will bring people runningeven if they dont like what you write. Will include how to set up a "group signing" even if you dont
know any other authors. Also in this segment is information on contests.
17. Readings and lectures: how to get them scheduled and how to keep them from falling asleep.
18. The big chain bookstores: how to beat them at their own game and get POD books into them all across the country.
Shows how to utilize the "friends and neighbors" philosophy to accomplish what the "big boys" claim is impossible.
19. On-site promotion: what to do so your book is known everywhere you go, without seeming obnoxious. Places to
flaunt it, how tos on getting it recognized around the country. Useful phone tactics, etc. Lots of good examples in this one.
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