Well. I am a member of my local library’s “friends of…” group.
One idea that I want to put forward is to help with the promotion of the self-published author. Now, the part I need help with, is the how…
Offering a “meet and greet” is one way, however for foreign authors, or those that are definitely NOT local, this may be impractical. Another method could be to have a small section dedicated to self published authors… but who decides what goes in there?
So, what would you, the possible beneficiaries of this idea suggest?
Are any of you within a reasonable distance of Ipswich (UK) just in case there is an opportunity?
Some more well thought out tips for self-editing here. 🙂
Well, that is an interesting question.
I am working hard, and have now gotten a temporary job, os things will slow down a little.
There are, as you may have figured out, several projects on the go, as well as wrestling with work and the Job Centre.
I decided that in order to attempt to motor through the current typing project, I legged it off to one of the two local Starbucks, with my laptop, and a ream of pages that need typing up. I found that I make great progress that way, especially as there is no TV to distract me.
Well, enough distractions here… I am still going on, hopefully, more updates and progress reports to come soon!
And here we have the truth in the only way that actually sinks in…. The ape has done it again 😉
Certainly need a head for heights…. I think I’ll carry on with my current round of typing. Which one are you doing Chris?
On the advice of our Ape, I have decided to pull back the digital copies of The Men of Hwitern, ready for the release of The Grey Book, and it is part of that novel.
It is still available on Amazon, at a much reduced price, and the print options are still available, for those who would like it, but they are already at minimum price. Therefore, if you have purchased a copy of The Men of Hwitern and would like to upgrade to The Grey Book, upon release, please contact me.
I am still beavering away on these projects, and a new project as well, this time some Science Fiction.