I can’t believe it’s Thursday already! I hope everyone is having a wonderful week. I have one more post tomorrow but I wanted to take time today and fill everyone in on some progress related to a few recent posts as well as re-cap the week so far.
Last week, I announced I was starting a email digest for this blog. That effort was launched yesterday with list members receiving a sneak peek at my cover.
The sneak peek on the digest leads me to another topic – the upcoming cover reveal. The Bow of Destiny cover will be revealed to the public on Monday, 11/10. The reaction so far from my digest list has been very positive. Check back on Monday and see it for yourself!
Monday’s post, “You Blog With What?”, received lots of views on Tuesday in some sort of delayed reaction. At any rate, check it out and see if its as useful to you as others found it to be.
Tuesday’s post which also received plenty of associated attention is here. I will continue writing about complete DIY self-publication ideas in the near future.
Yesterday was a guest post from Daniel Adorno entitled, “3 Ways Authors can Get Exposure for Their Recently-published Books“. This post was also well-received so check out Daniel’s thoughts on the subject.
Once you’ve finished Daniel’s post you can read my guest blog on his site entitled, 8 Tips to Grow an Email List.
Since I’ve got a blog hosted somewhere else today that’s all I have. I’m looking forward to sharing the cover on Monday but come back tomorrow for another post I’ve prepared too. I’d love to hear from you so won’t you leave a question, idea or strategy in the comment section? I’d also love to connect with you over social media so check my contact page for that information. See the News page for announcements and remember to sign-up to receive news and posts by email. I’ve added a new sign-up tab on my FaceBook page to simplify the process. New followers can download The Black Bag via free coupon today!
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