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Author Archive | Jane Davis
What should the indie authors do when digital pirates target their books? Award-winning writer Jane Davis, author of seven novels, shares her strategy.
Award-winning English author Jane Davis shares her successful case study of using book promotion service BookBub to market her literary novels. Why BookBub? There’s little doubt about it, BookBub is the Holy Grail of ebook advertising. I have heard them talk about their huge successes in promoting romantic fiction and sci-fi, but I write literary […]
English indie author Jane Davis has had considerable success engaging with book clubs keen to discuss her literary fiction, and in this post she explains how to develop question lists as a service to book clubs, to encourage them to discuss your self-published books. Questions for Book Clubs – Where Do I start? I tend […]
Award-winning British novelist Jane Davis shares her journey through the print process from POD (print on demand) to traditional book production. Desirable, covetable, collectable I fell in love with the physical book at an early age and so creating a set of desirable, covetable and collectable novels has been one of my goals. It has […]
Having previously failed to convince her local libraries to stock her self-published titles, British novelist Jane Davis was delighted to be invited to Redhill Library to talk to a packed room of librarians and influencers. In this post, she shares the feedback she gained from this important audience, while also helping them to understand how […]
Hybrid novelist Jane Davis examines the theory that all any author needs is 1,000 superfans to help them reach more readers and sell more books, and generously shares which techniques have worked well in her experience of self-publishing. Looking for inspiration for a low-cost marketing strategy? Then, like me, you may be interested in the […]