📚📈❤️ How authors can create a marketing strategy to promote their work, and when it might be right to bring in an independent marketing or publicity firms. Jenn shares the highs and lows from launching Don’t Ask Me Where I’m From, and we discuss expanded definitions of success.
This episode features:
Jennifer de Leon, debut author of YA novel, Don’t Ask Me Where I’m From (out August 18).
Bekah Sine Decker and Nikki Pierce created Method Agency, an independent marketing firm, in part to help Stephenie Meyer, author of Twilight, release films and #1 New York Times bestselling books.
Catch up on the series so far:
Episode 1: Publishing 101
Episode 2: Agents: Who Are They, What Do They Do, And How Do You Get One?
Bonus Episode: Publishing in the time of COVID
Episode 3: Selling Your Book (Part 1)
Episode 4: Selling Your Book (Part 2)
Episode 5: Advances (Part 1)
Episode 6: Contracts
Episode 7: After the Book Deal
Bonus Episode: Inequality in Publishing
Episode 8: Marketing and Publicity (Part 1)
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Direct download: TC_E9_Marketing_pt_2_FINAL.mp3
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