It’s Up To You

When considering how to market your self-published books, it’s worth considering the consumer. In this article, Kristine Kathryn Rusch discusses some creative ways of marketing music in the past and how they can be used by self-publishers to market their books.

From Kristine Kathryn Rusch: “Normally when I have blog with this title, I’m discussing the choices writers make in this new world of publishing. But this blog is different. This blog is about consumer choice…”

Source: It’s Up To You

10 Trends in Publishing You Need to Know

Here is an interesting and well worth reading article about publishing trends posted by author Nicholas Rossis:

Chloe of the Written Word Media published recently 10 trends in publishing that are of interest to every author – particularly Indie ones…”

Source (click to read the full article): 10 Trends in Publishing You Need to Know

What Time Of The Year Should You Publish Your Novel?

For those of you thinking of publishing before Christmas, have a look at these stats!

Tara Sparling writes

I’ve been getting quite a few hits lately from search terms such as “when do I self-publish my novel?” and “when does a book need to be published for the Christmas market?

I already pontificated on the issue of self-publishing for Christmas in this post, but that only dealt with one time of year. Now I’d like to talk in more general terms about seasonal trends in book sales. I have inhaled oodles of data on the subject. And so, in this post, and more to follow*, I’m going to take a look at questions like these:

  • Which month of the year sees the most sales?
  • Which month sees the least sales?
  • How many sales do you need to make it into the Top Ten Bestseller list? Are there times of the year when the target is lower and this might be easier?
  • Are there particular weeks in the year…

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