The Frugal Book Promoter: How to Do What Your Publisher Won't

The Frugal Book Promoter How to Do What Your Publisher Won t For a little over cents a day THE FRUGAL BOOK PROMOTER assures your book the best possible start in life Full of nitty gritty how to s for getting nearly free publicity Carolyn Howard Johnson shar

  • Title: The Frugal Book Promoter: How to Do What Your Publisher Won't
  • Author: Carolyn Howard-Johnson
  • ISBN: 9781932993103
  • Page: 392
  • Format: Paperback
  • For a little over 2 cents a day, THE FRUGAL BOOK PROMOTER assures your book the best possible start in life Full of nitty gritty how to s for getting nearly free publicity, Carolyn Howard Johnson shares her professional experience as well as practical tips gleaned from the successes of her own book campaigns Carolyn Howard Johnson is award winning author of both fictionFor a little over 2 cents a day, THE FRUGAL BOOK PROMOTER assures your book the best possible start in life Full of nitty gritty how to s for getting nearly free publicity, Carolyn Howard Johnson shares her professional experience as well as practical tips gleaned from the successes of her own book campaigns Carolyn Howard Johnson is award winning author of both fiction and nonfiction and former publicist for a New York PR firm and a marketing instructor for UCLA s Writers Program THE FRUGAL BOOK PROMOTER tells authors how to do what their publishers can t or won t and why authors can do their own promotion better than a PR professional.

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    1. In today’s publishing environment, the author is often responsible for promoting their book. There are ways to do this, this book lists many of them, and you may come up with some of your own after reading The Frugal Book Promoter.It would be nice if your publisher did the promoting for you, but most authors do not have names like King, Bradbury, or Rice to name a few that might have their publishers doing more for them than the average writer. The Frugal Promoter to the rescue, in this book y [...]

    2. Carolyn Howard-Johnson knows a thing or two about book promotion. Having published many books, columns, and articles across many genres, she tends to know what she's talking about. Even though some of the information and website links are now dated, the number one thing I loved about this book was that it didn't talk down to you.While in the process of publishing my humor book, I read as many self-marketing resources as I could get my hands on. I kept running across positive reviews of The Fruga [...]

    3. Lots of great advice to help authors to promote their own books, including some innovative ones. Two of the most important lessons from the book: 1) The author has to believe in her own work and be prepared to share it with the world. If the author doesn't sincerely believe that her book will be of value to readers, no one else will believe it either. 2) Helping others is not only a nice thing to do, but it also pays off for the person who helps. Often when we hear the word networking we have a [...]

    4. This is an amazing book. I am still reading it and it is helping me to map out an extended marketing strategy for my latest book, BADER FIELD, which has just been released by Nightengale Press and is available now exclusively at nightengalepress It will in the weeks and months to come be available at barnesandnoble, borders, amazon and a host of others and will be in the stores early in 2009.

    5. Best book for all writers with ideas, links, examples, and how-to promote books you have written and hope to publish. Look to this book often. I believe this book is one I will always refer to and never finish reading.That good!~Charlotte Liebel

    6. It doesn't matter how many books you've published. Self-published or traditionally published, gaining publicity is always tricky, always critical, and always a moving target. If your budget is limited, it's even harder, and perhaps, even more imperative. Enter Carolyn Howard-Johnson, the queen of frugal promotion. Her frugal books are pitched at the modern writer: time poor, financially parsimonious, and publicity hungry. The Frugal Book Promoter is the jewel in the crown. As with the first vers [...]

    7. The Frugal Book PromoterCopyright: By Carolyn Howard-Johnson 2004Pages: 243(Includes Index)ISBN: 1-932993-10-XPrice. $17.95Published by Star Publish 2004ReviewedByJudith Woolcock ColomboforThe Weekly Gleaner , a Jamaican-American newspaper. Humans are social animals. We like to associate with others to share our thoughts, blessings, and woes. But above all this, we love to express our opinions and demonstrate our knowledge about matters both mundane and extraordinary. Over the eons our penchant [...]

    8. In today’s publishing environment, the author is often responsible for promoting their book. There are ways to do this, this book lists many of them, and you may come up with some of your own after reading The Frugal Book Promoter.It would be nice if your publisher did the promoting for you, but most authors do not have names like King, Bradbury, or Rice to name a few that might have their publishers doing more for them than the average writer. The Frugal Promoter to the rescue, in this book y [...]

    9. The Frugal Book Promoter: How to do What Your Publisher Won't is a comprehensive guide to marketing for writers. This book contains helpful lists such as One Dozen Publicity No-Nos and the 19 Commandments for Getting Free Publicity. The author has also included numerous chapters containing hints and tips for building a media kit, building up name recognition, and creating mailing lists. Furthermore, this book illustrates realistic ways to improve your marketing strategies at writing conferences, [...]

    10. What makes The Frugal Book Promoter so useful is its detail. For example, she discusses why to go to a writer's conference, how to select one for your interest, how to prepare a notebook to carry with you there, how to talk to publishers, what to do after the event. This woman is that Alpha Organizer who ties down details you'd never consider.If you have a book, she discusses Promo items, such as book marks. Regarding Café Press, she notes readers won't buy your logo items, but you can use it f [...]

    11. Great Ideas for the Novice, May 24, 2007I'm really enjoying reading THE FRUGAL BOOK PROMOTER. I found Carolyn's book online when the host of CALLING ALL AUTHORS, Valerie Connelly, suggested I read it to help with publicity of my book, RIGHT TO RECOVER: Winning the Political and Religious Wars Over Stem Cell Research in America. I am only half way through my reading of the THE FRUGAL BOOK PROMOTER and I've gathered enough information to map out my publicity plan.Since the author is responsible fo [...]

    12. Carolyn’s “How To” PR and Book PromotionAfter wading through half a dozen cut and paste marketing books, I found it refreshing to read Carolyn Howard-Johnson’s down to earth approach to book promotion. The Frugal Book Promoter is the real deal, easy to read and easy to apply.In her PR Primer she says, “Don’t publicize your book; instead “brand” yourself.”In other words don’t be a one pony show, after all you might write another book or invent something you’d like to promote [...]

    13. Quite a lot of the information in this book was a review for me because my publisher gives a Professional Novelists Workshop (three times a year). But it is nice to see someone sharing lists of sites to make life easier for online promotion and examples of what can be included in a press kit, etc. There are a lot of newbie authors out there who really don't know where to begin and this book can show them "some new ropes". I wanted some new tricks, so I wasn't as excited once I got into it, but t [...]

    14. The author has enough reviews so that she doesn't need mine, but I won't consider my reading of this book to be complete until I say something. I'm an independent author, and bought this hoping to learn something I didn't know about getting the word out for my works. Now I wish I'd bought this book a year ago and had held off publishing until after I had read it. But I've already made significant changes in my approach based on the advice here. I can't imagine what she could have done to be more [...]

    15. Valuable tool to learn about marketing and promoting your book. I wish CJH had included more text examples and ideas for ads and such, but I love all the information she provides.A must-have for all newly published authors.

    16. Good for beginners. Not a log of useful tips if you've been at it a while. They are time-consuming ideas, which takes time away from writing, but are probably effective--if you have the time. On the other hand, I got several helpful ideas, which makes it a successful purchase.

    17. weirdly layed out book. Lots of tiny ideas with not much elaboration, seems to switch gears back and forth too quick.

    18. A Great book for authors who would like to promote and advertise their books. I would say a must read

    19. Excellent. Supurb. I'm also in book promotion and I learn so much for each of Carolyn's books. If I take the time to do exactly as she says, I always sell more books!

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