As an introvert, I was surprised to find one of my favorite things about being an author is in-person events. Because y'all are seriously so fun to meet and connect with. Here are just a few encounters I've had in my year of being published: A girl around 6 years old wanted my psychopathic murderer book. Another kid, this time a young teen, marched straight up to my booth and quickly spilled out: "I like writing stories and I wanna know what my options are, and my teachers say a journalist, but what are my options?" This summer at an event, a lady was looking for someone to room with to save money. Probably not looking for a murder author, but it didn't occur to me at the time... In this blogpost, I tell how each of those stories ended. Check it out.
Almost a year of selling "I Know You Like a Murder". I'm no marketing expert by any means. But I googled and read books & articles and experimented. And thought I'd share the results so you can learn from them. In my last post for patrons I gave my most successful marketing tactic. But there's… Continue reading The one thing that makes or breaks my marketing