On Tour Now, My Little People, by Annie B. Brown, #nonfiction #educational #newrelease

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When facing terminal illness the shock of the news that there are no more medical treatments (chemo or radiation) only comfort measures available can turn your world upside down. Hospice? What is that? Many people have never heard of the word or if they have it has been presented in a negative light.
Annie Brown writes as a hospice social worker giving informative information for patients, caregivers, healthcare professional, and social workers who might have an interest in working in the field of hospice. What services hospice provides for patients, grief issues, emotional support, and resources are discussed in an easy to understand fashion. Annie also shares some stories from her experiences that will touch your heart.

Archived, Running in Heels: A Memoir of Grit and Grace by Mary A. Perez, #nonfiction #christian

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“More than a memoir—this book is a promise of hope for anyone who was abandoned as a child, to anyone who woke up hungry and went to bed hungrier every day, for every wife who has loved a husband who left bruises on her heart and on her body.”
Somewhere between stealing cold cuts from stray cats and watching a stranger leave her mother’s bed after breaking in through their bedroom window, Mary figured out that her family was dirt poor. Worse than her empty stomach, she was hungry for acceptance and love. She thought she found it when her baby sister was born and she became her “mommy”, taking care of her needs as best she could at the age of seven. Then she had to say goodbye over a small white casket. [Read more…]

Why Authors Should Do a Virtual Book Tour?

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The purpose of a virtual book tour is to enhance the author”s platform and reputation through increased online exposure, drive traffic to the author”s website, build relationships with key influencers, and sell books immediately and in the future.

A virtual tour offers a number of advantages over traditional book tours where authors make appearances at bookstores or other venues in several cities.

  • Virtual tours are generally less expensive and time consuming than travelling.
  • Authors can reach far more online slots people and a more targeted audience with a virtual tour. In contrast, live author appearances by unknown authors usually have low attendance.
  • The virtual tour provides quality, lasting links to the author”s website. These links have search engine optimization value and may continue to provide new visitors to the author’s website for months or years to come.
  • Authors can conduct a virtual tour from comfort of home.

Archived, Love is Everything by Elsie Hillman Gordon, #CHRISTIAN #FICTION #ROMANCE

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Do you like to read inspirational fiction? If so, you’ll enjoy reading Love Is Everything clink to tweet

Things To Do To Prepare For Your Tour

 

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So many authors are not quite sure what to do before, during and after a tour. Here are a few things to consider.

1. Before the tour, talk it up. Tell everyone about it.

2. Before the tour, send out emails asking everyone to help you get word out about your book.

3. Before the tour, determine your goals.

4. During the tour, share links, visit blogs.

5. During the tour, update your website with active links to your feature on the blogs.

6. After the tour, make a final visit to all the blogs to see if there are more comments.

7. After the tour, take your content and use it on other platforms to continue building the momentum.

Tips on Promoting Your Tour

 

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1. Before and during your tour, talk about your tour daily (or even several times a day) on Facebook and Twitter and through other social networks – remind your friends and followers where you will be on the tour and when you will be at each stop.

2. Update your website and blog with a schedule of your Virtual Book Tour and include links to all the stops on the tour.

3. Once your tour starts, visit each site on your tour and leave a comment. Also, answer any questions people may have left for you in the comments section of the site.

4. Create a media release announcing your tour and all the stops on the tour. Submit this release to various FREE online media release distribution services.

5. If you have a mailing list, send a special mailing to your list announcing your tour.

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Ready for a Virtual Book Tour?

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Welcome authors. Are you looking for a way to get your book in front of a huge new audience of targeted book readers? If your answer is yes, then a virtual book tour is for you. 

Having a virtual book tour is a powerful way to get massive exposure for you and your book in the quickest amount of time.

By using social media, you”ll connect with potential readers, develop relationships with key influencers, and when others host you on their blog, there is an implied endorsement that enhances your own author platform. This form of online promotion is not only effective, but your book will be exposed to many bloggers and readers sharing your information to others.

When it comes to promoting your book,  a VIRTUAL BOOK TOUR is a MUST. Let us do the work for you! 

 

 

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5 Tips on Promoting your Virtual Book Tour

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1. Before and during your tour, talk about your tour daily (or even several times a day) on Facebook and Twitter and through other social networks – remind your friends and followers where you will be on the tour and when you will be at each stop.

2. Update your website and blog with a schedule of your Virtual Book Tour and include links to all the stops on the tour.

3. Once your tour starts, visit each site on your tour and leave a comment. Also, answer any questions people may have left for you in the comments section of the site.

4. Create a media release announcing your tour and all the stops on the tour. Submit this release to various FREE online media release distribution services.

5. If you have a mailing list, send a special mailing to your list announcing your tour.

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Archived, Cupid’s Error, by Joy Avery, Book Blast, February 17, #contemporary #romance

cupids_error_cover Staffing agency owner Danica James is determined not to spend another Valentine’s Day alone. But purchasing a man for the evening? Out of the question. Then her best friend intervenes—gifting her a night of dinner and dancing with a Cupid’s Arrow escort. What could be the harm? Though Cupid’s Arrow is known for matches made in heaven, she’s not looking for a love connection. Then she meets her Cupid’s Fellow and everything changes.

Business mogul Weston Henshaw doesn’t need Cupid’s Arrow to get a Valentine’s Day companion, but Cupid’s Arrow needs him. Seems his sister’s charity event has done far better than anticipated. Only problem…a shortage of eligible bachelors to pamper all of the lonely hearts. When he agrees to be bait for an evening, he never imagines meeting the one woman who makes him wish the night would never end.

Archived, Going on Tour, Living in the Seventh Day, by Jeanetta Britt, Book Blast, February 10, #christian #fiction

7dayfinalmedium Jasmine, Leeza, and Cristal are thrown together by a chance meeting at the Atlanta Airport during Hurricane Allee. Under normal circumstances, these three diverse women wouldn’t have said word-one to each other. By all appearances, they have absolutely nothing in common. But during the long layover caused by the killer storm, they’re forced to set aside their differences–at least for the moment–and form a lasting connection. Going their separate ways, it’s not long before their own well-ordered plans spiral out of control. Will their lives be blown away like their broken dreams and the six-day reign of Hurricane Allee, or will they be able to help each other find the faith and courage to let go and begin again…Living in the Seventh Day?