Top 7 Email Marketing Strategies For Self-Published Authors

Nicholas C. Rossis

Ellie Coverdale | From the blog of Nicholas C. Rossis, author of science fiction, the Pearseus epic fantasy series and children's booksI know I haven’t mentioned newsletters and emails as a book marketing strategy in a while but they remain one of the best tools at our disposal. Sending a regular newsletter is much cheaper than Ads and they let you reach people who are genuinely interested in what you have to say.

So, I read with particular interest this guest post by Ellie Coverdale and I hope you enjoy it, too. Ellie writes for State of writing and Eliteassignmenthelp on matters of writing and business. She loves sharing her insights on authentic, meaningful business methods and how to approach your personal and professional life. She also writes articles for Australian Reviewer in her capacity as a teacher.

Top 7 Email Marketing Strategies For Self-Published Authors

Email strategies | From the blog of Nicholas C. Rossis, author of science fiction, the Pearseus epic fantasy series and children's books

Selling books as an author is a great challenge. Great as in large but also as in, it offers you an opportunity to be really creative…

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Emotional Beats Wins Second Award

Nicholas C. Rossis

Emotional Beats header ad | From the blog of Nicholas C. Rossis, author of science fiction, the Pearseus epic fantasy series and children's books

I was just notified that my emotional thesaurus book, Emotional Beats: How to Easily Convert your Writing into Palpable Feelings, has been selected as a FINALIST in the TopShelf Book Awards!

Emotional Beats: How to Easily Convert your Writing into Palpable Feelings

Emotional Beats is an award-winning finalist in the 2019 TopShelf Indie Book Awards Emotional Beats is an award-winning finalist in the 2019 TopShelf Indie Book Awards

Because of the way our brains are wired, readers empathize more strongly if you don’t name the emotion you are trying to describe. As soon as you name an emotion, readers go into thinking mode. And when they think about an emotion, they distance themselves from feeling it.

A great way to show anger, fear, indifference, and the whole range of emotions that characterize the human experience, is through beats. These action snippets that pepper dialogue can help describe a wide range of emotions, while avoiding lazy writing. The power of beats lies…

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Five Links 10/4/19 Loleta Abi

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Loleta Abi Historical & Fantasy Romance Author & Book Blogger for all genres

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Links 10/4/19

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Abi

Writing:

1. http://booksbywomen.org/who-is-the-inspiration/
“Nervous, scared, anxiously looking around the room, feeling like every word
you say is being judged.  This are recognisable feelings in everyone, and
that is before you start to share your writing.

But I’m not talking about the new writing
students here, those who are determined to fill a lifelong ambition and who
embark on my courses and workshops. I am referring to me, the writing coach.

Each intake of students is different, but
all look to me wide-eyed for inspiration, motivation and the answer to ‘So when
do I call myself a writer?’ That is a question I have been getting to grips
with for the last few years myself. 

As a previous teacher of high school
English, then coming home to look after my own family, I got into a rut, and
then was too…

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