HOW TO MARKET AND PROMOTE YOUR TRAVEL MEMOIR: 1:1 INTERVIEWS WITH TRAVEL MEMOIR AUTHORS plus BEGINNERS GUIDE TO INDIE AUTHOR JARGON: BOOK MARKETING
Target Audience: All Levels
How to Market and Promote your Travel Memoir. A series of 1:1 author interviews hosted by Jay Artale, featuring a group of successful travel writing authors who self-publish:
- Jack Scott: How to use your blog content to write and promote your book.
- Karen McCann: The importance of defining your audience and how you use your blog to attract your target demographic.
- Joe Cawley: The benefit of Collaboration: Cross-promoting with other authors.
- Keith Foskett: Author techniques for building your email list.
- Learn all the different ways you can use your blog content to help write and promote your book.
- Understand how and why you should define your audience nice, and how to use your blog to attract your target demographic.
- Learn the benefits of author collaboration, and how you can leverage those relationships to build cross-promotion partnerships with other authors in your niche.
- Understand the value of building your email list to help you promote your books, reach more readers, and increase your book sales.
Jay is a project manager specialising in content marketing and social media strategy. She is a social mentor at WoMentoring, and is the communications manager at the Alliance of Independent Authors, as well as being one of the co-organisers of the Indie Author Fringe.
As an author-publisher, Jay has self-published her own Travel Guide series and non-fiction travel writing guides. She is currently writing a 4-part series about “How to Write a Travel Guide” aimed at travel bloggers who want to turn their travel passions and blogs into e-books. Her books are all published under her Indie Author imprint Birds of a Feather Indie Press.
Jay is giving away 5 eBook copies of her “Freewriting for Travel Writers: How to use a creative freewriting technique to improve your travel writing” book. Are you a travel writer or travel blogger who has suffered from writer’s block? Don’t worry, we all have at some point, and that’s why my new book is an invaluable resource for travel writers.
Creative and to the point. While I am not a travel writer I was interested in the Free Writing aspect because of such books as Writing Down the Bones. If you’ve read that and enjoyed it, this is a worthwhile read. Anyone who writes blogs or non-fiction articles can benefit from this guide to a simple-to-use brainstorming technique. As an author having one more tool at my disposal for creating outlines or beating the dreaded writer’s block, is always beneficial.