It may be counter-intuitive, but helping to promote other authors may be better for your books than promoting your own, says ALLi Partner Laurence O’Bryan, founder of BooksGoSocial, in this thought-provoking and philosophical Opinion piece.
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Read the first in our new series spotlighting valued ALLi Partner Members who help indie authors self-publish their books successfully – meet Laurence O’Bryan of BooksGoSocial.
Irish novelist Laurence O’Bryan describes his journey from trade-published thriller writer to indie author and professional book promoter, in the first of a new series profiling the many different routes and adventures available to the indie author.
Writers are social animals, says Irish author Laurence O’Bryan, founder of BooksGoSocial, who advocates attending writers’ conferences to keep the potential isolation of being an indie author at bay. I have attended three writers’ conferences recently: the Alliance of Independent Authors’ online conference (IndieReCon 2015), the BooksGoSocial Writers’ conference in Dublin, and the Key West Mystery […]
Irish indie author Laurence O’Bryan shares his innovative ideas for extending the marketing reach of his next self-published book online. One aspect of the changing environment for writers, which has been little discussed, is the idea of extending our stories online with the help of social media, blogs and web sites. Social media and the […]
Irish indie author J J Toner shares the route he has found to raise the visibility and sales of his self-published thrillers via Twitter. I think everyone would agree that, once you have one or more well-written, well-edited and well-categorized eBook(s) for sale on Amazon, visibility is the name of the game. I have four […]