As we embark upon our next decade in business, we consulted a number of our team members and asked them to share with us some lessons they’ve learned while working in self-publishing.Read More
Authors spend so much time and effort building social media buzz, creating a slick website, attending readings, and other book marketing ventures. But there’s another effective strategy that rarely gets talked about: radio!
Here’s why radio interviews sell books, and a guide for how you can hop on the airwaves yourself.Read More
When your book hits the shelves, endorsements on the front and back covers add legitimacy and marketing cache. And endorsements start with the Advance Reader Copy (ARC).
Here’s everything you need to know about asking authors to endorse your book and how to spin your ARCs into book marketing gold!Read More
Robert Adams – Navy SEAL, doctor, and FriesenPress author – is always up for a new challenge. When it came time to publish Six Days of Impossible, Robert did what came naturally and dove headfirst into the world of book marketing.
With Six Days’ readership growing every month, we caught up with Robert to learn about the bookselling tips he has for other first-time authors.Read More
Author readings are a great place to build your readership and sell books – but they can also be daunting. Here are 15 practical tips that’ll calm your nerves and make your next reading a massive success!Read More
Learning the basics behind the visual language of book design has a myriad of benefits for authors, including helping you communicate what you’re looking for in your cover and understanding the choices your team makes when designing it.Read More