Publicize Your Book!: An Insider's Guide to Getting Your Book the Attention it Deserves

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Penguin, 2003 - Reference - 308 pages
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This indispensible guide from a book-publicity insider offers everything authors need to know to assist their publishers in publicizing, marketing, and promoting their books. From working alongside professional publicists on campaigns and marketing plans to innovative ways authors can generate their own publicity, Publicize Your Book provides essential information for the first time author or the seasoned professional including:

€ Effective networking
€ Defining your target readership
€ Developing a press kit
€ Creating pitches for talk shows
€ Getting newspaper and magazine coverage
€ Marketing on the Internet and in other outlets
€ Preparing for interviews and touring
€ Setting up bookstore appearances and signings
€ Hiring an independent publicist

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Book Marketing Basics
How to Write a Marketing Plan
Youve Submitted Your Manuscript Now What?
Hire Your Own Publicist
Press Materials
The Print Publicity Campaign
The Publicity Tour
Get on The Oprah Winfrey Show
Bookstore Appearances and Speaking Engagements
Internet Marketing
Set Up Your Own Publicity
Parting Thoughts

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About the author (2003)

Jacqueline Deval is publisher of Hearst Books. As director of publicity for publishing houses, including William Morrow, Villard, and Doubleday, as well as Book-of-the-Month Club, she has created campaigns for hundreds of authors of fiction and nonfiction, including Chris Anderson, Isaac Asimov, Margaret Atwood, Lawrence Block, Tony Brown, Stephen J. Cannell, Wilt Chamberlain, John Feinstein, Bill Geist, Martin Gilbert, Nikki Giovanni, David Halberstam, Faye Kellerman, Dennis Lehane, Sidney Sheldon, and Alexandra Stoddard.

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