The previous post focused on Robin Murphy’s critically acclaimed books—and she has penned many, from a paranormal mystery series to chick-lit and nonfiction. This one centers on her informative [impressive] website/blog. Her site is what I’d love mine to be: instructive, well written, and smartly designed.
“Where our experience makes your journey easier . . . keep on writing.”
Robin’s absolutely correct about there being countless books, posts, and articles telling us how to market books. I myself have read many and, for the most part, find that they can impart some tidbits of useful information. She’s also spot-on when she says, “you need to choose which is best for you and what you feel comfortable doing.”
Not everyone has the time to spend countless hours marketing, networking, and/or promoting. And while we should be exceptionally careful (wary) about putting out money to do any of these, if the company is legit, then financial expenditures (b-u-d-g-e-t) may also be something to take into account. Determine what you’re capable of accomplishing . . . and go for it.
The purpose of this post is not to repeat what Robin asserts and presents info-wise, but to have you to visit her comprehensive site. Check out the fabulous advice/guidance this bestselling author has to offer. You’ll find writing links, marketing tools and tours, podcast interviews, and even book covers for sale.
“Writing is my passion and I have met so many amazing people that have helped me along the way. I want to share what I’ve learned in the best possible way of instruction that I can. I hope I can achieve that here and I wish you luck.”
As an aspiring writer (or even a published one), you might want to read Robin’s edifying book, the “practical, hands-on and user-friendly” A Complete “How To” Guide for Rookie Writers.
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