Month: February 2018
Inside Look at a Launch Team
You’ve heard me talk about launch teams several times, but I thought it would be helpful to share my experiences with my latest release. (This Treacherous Journey, released Feb. 6th, 2018.)
Before I began to prepare for this release, I had about 20 wonderful people on my launch team. I knew I wanted to grow the team for this new book, so about three months before the release date, I sent an invitation to my email list, explaining what the launch team was and offering the chance to join (through a screening process).
I was thrilled with the response, and grew the team to 189 members. Read the rest of this entry »
3 Things I Love About Book Cave
If you’ve read many of my blog posts about growing your email list, you’ve probably heard me mention the website MyBookCave.com. As I talk to authors, it seems there’s a bit of “Angst-of-the-Unknown” syndrome associated with the site.
Since some of my favorite group giveaways have been run through the My Book Cave, and almost all of their services are FREE, they’re definitely a site for authors to check out.
They’ve recently rebranded as “Book Cave” (drop the “My”), so I’ll refer to them by that name moving forward.
The site has a ton of resources for authors, but it can be a bit confusing at first, because both the Reader and Author resources are located on the same website. To help clear out the fog, I’ll share my three favorite parts of Book Cave, and how to navigate each of them. Believe me, it’s worth exploring! Read the rest of this entry »