Quick & Dirty:
- Concise, practical, and relevant.
- Simple and straightforward advice.
- Useful advice for everyone, whether you're a techie or afraid of a keyboard.
Long & Wordy:
Before I picked up this book I was scared. I thought "oh she's going to tell you to flood facebook and all these other services and you are going to drive your readers INSANE."
If you follow her advice, keep it simple, you're on your way to successfully marketing your book. Hope you wrote a good one...
Very simple and straight forward book to help you get a larger audience for an indie published book. Really, this advice is mostly universal to anyone trying to make a mark online or otherwise, and not limited to authors.
The book is pretty short, but don't let this fool you. Not only is the book filled with great ideas, it also has links to help you actually apply these tips and (hopefully) be successful.
Many of the links connect back to her blog, but considering the blog is a "30 day" blog, you're going to find some extras in the book.
It also gives practical advice for the services you're already using. Sometimes we need a reminder to "keep it simple stupid", and this book does that wonderfully.
As is, this is a wonderful book. I mentioned that there are links, which are really where the depth of the book comes in, which is a big positive and negative...a pain to click through to more but allows the book to be less bulky and cumbersome. My only real concern is that over time some of the links may be disconnected, but because many of them are for her blog this is pretty unlikely.
Check it out on Amazon.
***I received this book as an ARC. This in no way effected my review.***