The Author’s Guide to Working with Book Bloggers (Building Blocks) (Volume 1)

Do you feel out of your comfort zone when dealing with book bloggers? If book bloggers are the new gatekeepers to ‘book publishing success,’ do you wonder how you can tap into that source of free promotions? How you can move comfortably into that world, putting your best foot forward? Look no further, because The Author’s Guide to Working with Book Bloggers combines the advice of over two-hundred bloggers, covering all aspects of communication between authors and review blogs. Whether you are a new author, or have many titles under your belt, let The Author’s Guide to Working with Book Bloggers demystify the promotion of your book on a book blog. You’ll learn about whom and where book bloggers are, as well as the following: • The Query • The Review • The Giveaway • The Guest Post • The Book Blurb Excerpt • The Cover Reveal • …and more! Start your journey to publishing success today!

Nanci Arvizu, Writing and Reviews Editor

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3 Comments

  1. Thoughts from a book blogger… I remembered being a part of Barb’s survey and had wondered what happened with the data she had collected, but I had no idea that she was able to collect enough to create this informational book for authors. As soon as I heard that she had compiled it into a guide for authors, I went and bought a copy right away. 

  2. Authors need to stop and consult this Book! I attended the Decatur Book Festival this year. One of the discussions was a panel discussion on Book Reviews. This panel included professional authors and professional reviewers. I attended the discussion and asked one question during the Q and A at the end. I also mentioned that I am a Book Review Blogger. One of the reviewers told the people asking questions they needed to come see me and see how I the Book Blogger could help them. 

  3. The Author’s Guide to Working with Book Bloggers by Barb Drozdowich This book could not have come at a better time. In the midst of a blog makeover and rethinking the theme for my blog, Barb Drozdowich has some fantastic pointers for both authors and bloggers. Contents are spread out so pointers are easily understood and because a large part of this book is based on feedback from other bloggers you know that you can learn from other people’s experiences. 

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