What to Do Before Your Book Launch, Volume 1

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Argo Navis, Jul 9, 2012 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 90 pages
8 Reviews
What to do Before Your Book Launch is a guide for authors, covering everything from working with your publisher, to reading in public, to help for publicity and marketing, to using (and misusing) social media, to how to dress for your author photo ... and far more, including cautionary tales, worksheets, timelines and etiquette tips. Book jacket.

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User Review  - Kellye Crocker - Goodreads

MJ Rose and Randy Susan Meyers don't pull any punches about the limited marketing support publishers give most authors. Instead of whining about it, they say authors should set realistic expectations ... Read full review

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User Review  - Ginny - Goodreads

Great book with wonderful advice given with humor and understanding!! And it's fun to read even if you don't have a book to launch. Now I have re-read it with a book to launch and I still love it! Full of wisdom, good advice, and comfort. Read full review

About the author (2012)

MJ Rose is a former advertising executive who used her expertise working on major accounts, such as Harlequin Books, to propel her self-published debut novel, Lip Service in to the public eye. She lives in Greenwich, CT.

The drama of Randy Susan Meyers' novels is informed by her years spent bartending, her work with violent offenders, and her years spent loving bad boys. Raised in Brooklyn, Randy now lives in Boston with her husband and is the mother of two grown daughters. She teaches writing seminars at Boston's Grub Street Writers' Center. Her debut novel, The Murderer's Daughters, an international bestseller, was chosen as a Target Club Pick and a best book choice by Elle France, Daily Candy, Goodreads, The Boston Herald, The Winnipeg Free Press, and Book Reporter, among others. Her new novel, to be published by Atria in early 2013, is a story of three women whose lives become intertwined due to their shared connection with a five-year-old girl: Tia, pregnant by her married lover, gave the baby up at birth. Juliette was unaware her husband had fathered this child, until now. And Caroline, pressured to adopt the child, never felt she could be a good mother. The Comfort of Lies is the story of the year they meet.

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