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Are you thinking about marketing your book yet? Editor's Notes #95
March 28, 2011
Hello,

Who will buy your book?
-- Dan Poynter


To those who have been waiting since December for this issue, my apologies. Two family members faced life-threatening illnesses one after the other, and although I managed to keep editing, I found putting out a newsletter just beyond my reach. The good news is, everyone is fine, and I have the time to continue where I left off.

In this issue:

1. When to think about marketing a book
2. Tickled my funnybone
3. Interesting Web site
4. Future issues

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1.When to think about marketing a book
Have you started to think about how to market your book? Do you know who is likely to buy it? How about where you'll find those people? How will you get your book into those hands?

If money matters to you at all, you need to think about marketing your work, and the sooner you start, the better.

I asked the self-publishers are the Sechelt Writers' Festival when they first thought about marketing their books. The results are at
http://www.writershelper.com/when-to-market-a-book.html

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2.Tickled my funnybone
Man Struck By Lightning: Faces Battery Charge

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3. Interesting Web site
This one is for fiction writers, but it has a great deal of well-organized, solid information for writers.
http://www.creativejuicesbooks.com

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4. Future issues
The next issue will deal with a general writing topic. The one following will continue the series on the Self-Publishing Survey.

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