Nope, I'm not getting married in the traditional sense, but I have had some huge changes in marital-type agreements this week. And since this month’s theme is NEWSLETTERS, I’m starting off with what I use and how I use it. So, let's start in so you can get back to the writing you're supposed to be doing, right?
Okay, so by now, you know that as writers looking to use social media to grow our reader base, we need to become great story-tellers of our own stories. You know why, so now we’re diving into the how. Here are my favourite types of content you can create to build that crucial relationship with your readers.
You've released a few books, or perhaps you’re a mid-list writer who’s wondering if there’s more to this writing gig than applying for BookBubs. You haven’t seen the increase or sales you’ve been used to and are re-considering your decision to give this “writing thing” a go. Or maybe you’re seeing moderate progress, but you need to find the one thing that will propel you to the next level of success.
You’re a master at weaving stories. You understand that making people care about the lives of heroes and heroines is key to selling your readers on a plot, and if it’s in a series, purchasing the remainder of the series after they finish the first book. So, then, tell me: Why are you resistant to tell our own story?