We just spent a glorious weekend at the Southern Independent Booksellers Alliance (SIBA) show in Savannah, Georgia, where dozens of authors and their publishers had the opportunity to put their upcoming titles in front of the south’s great indie booksellers.
To enjoy attention from traditional PR sources (newspapers and magazines on the print side; radio and TV on the broadcast side) requires understanding who you’re pitching, how to pitch each journalist, and what role you want traditional PR to play
When I’m not at a writer event somewhere, chatting with fascinating authors, I live and work in a sleepy little picturesque town just outside Charleston, South Carolina. Summerville is a fast-growing community, with a delightful array of shops and restaurants
Hundreds of Libraries and Thousands of Indie Authors Across North America will participate in the first annual Indie Author Day! Mark your calendars! Libraries across North America will host local events for the first annual Indie Author Day on October
In a departure from its usual May time slot at the Javitz Center in NYC, the 2016 edition of Book Expo America took place last week in Chicago and we were once again on hand to enjoy four days celebrating
It’s been an unbelievably busy year around here for Where Writers Win, and not just for us. Seems like every author, service provider, consultant and publisher is experiencing an incredible rush of new business, new ideas and new connections in
In the last two weeks we’ve discussed improving your author revenue-producing with audiobooks and crowdfunding. This week, a look at spreading your wings to discover other potential author revenue streams. These can augment your income either while you’re writing your