Books are a huge on Pinterest, and it’s members are constantly searching for great reads. This post provides valuable tips on how to promote your books using images on Pinterest.
A functioning platform is essential for an author to sell books online. However, there are few things in publishing right now as confusing as what an “author platform” actually is. Here we lay out not only what they are, but what they can do and how you can get yours started in 4 easy steps.
Have you ever been to a Christmas Party and found yourself cornered by a buzzed and slightly narcissistic fellow guest? You know the kind, the one that just goes on and on and on about their own life and their own problems? To the point where all you here is “me, me, me, me”? If […]
Instead of endlessly shouting “buy my books” authors need to create a situation where others are doing the shouting for you. To do that, you need to switch from a “push” to a “pull.” You need to build a community around your book.
Happy Thursday, everyone! I am glad to be back to posting after our transition, and I hope you’re happy to be reading my posts again. Most of you don’t know this, but I recently suffered a loss in my family. I spent many of the hours surrounding my grandma’s passing with my family, getting to […]
We’re putting some pretty significant changes into effect at ThirdScribe. In this post we talk a little about the how’s and why’s, as well answers to some of the questions that have already come in.
Amazon’s KDP Select program has created polarizing opinions, but if it’s something you are using or considering, their advertising options are worth seeing. Here is Amazon’s full webinar on how to get the most out of KDP Select.
Forming a connection with your audience has proven to be the most powerful, and long lasting, method to long term book sales. But to do that, you need to get personal. To put yourself out there. Yes, it can be a bit scary at first — but it’s worth the risk. Click through to see how.
Our social network isn’t designed to be a packed airport shoving people through in a rush, herding them past stores and on the way towards another destination. No, we’re more like the First Class Lounge. A quiet place, with comfortable chairs, nice snacks, and free drinks. A place where you can sit back and have a chat with a colleague or a fellow traveler.
As this day is a celebration of Irish Culture, or at least was originally intended as such, we are using it to celebrate our Irish authors! Please check out their books, leave reviews for any you have read both on our site and on additional sites, and raise a cheer to their hard work on the 17th with some green beer or nice whiskey. Now, without further ado, here they are in alphabetical order with a few of their books.