Releasing audio chapters on Youtube

I saw a post on the Facebook Writing Gals community from Victoria Lieske, who has self published many sweet romances, about how she has been using Youtube to build her readership. She already had a readership for her novels, but she found that when she posted the full audio book on Youtube, her readership grewContinue reading “Releasing audio chapters on Youtube”

Comps – the Highs and the Lows

If you’re preparing a query, you’ve probably read a thousand times that you need comps: other books to compare your own with and set it alongside. And there’s varying conflicting advice on this too. Many people say it’s best to go with titles published in the last two years, to ensure you’re current and yourContinue reading “Comps – the Highs and the Lows”