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7 Ways to Write Book Promotion into Your Novel

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It’s an exciting time to be an author, especially as we’ve just entered NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month). But whether you’re attempting to write a novel in a month, or you’re just plodding along, trying to finish the book you started writing earlier this year, it’s never a bad idea to consider adding in some book promotion elements that you can tie into your book marketing once the book launches.

Speaking of book launches, if you’re getting ready to publish, I’d love to help you discover your book launch options  and chat about your book marketing goals!

You’ve probably all seen things like product placements, where a box of Kleenex is strategically placed and someone reaches for it, saying something like: “Would you like a Kleenex?” That’s some great product placement. It subtly mentions the brand, in context of the movie. Hallmark movies does this a lot – and if you look for it, you’ll start seeing it in more places. It’s smart marketing, not just for these products, but for your book promotion, too. Because carefully crafted angles can create opportunities for some really fun—and useful—book marketing strategies down the road. Let’s take a look at a few, and brainstorm some new potential book promotion angles along the way.

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2 Comments

  1. Reblogged this on Author Don Massenzio and commented:
    Check out this post from the How to eBook blog with 7 Ways to Write Book Promotion into Your Novel

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