Self Published Authors

Affordable Self-Published Author Marketing Services!

So you have self-published a book, and you are ready for it to sell. You worked long and hard and you are ready to sit back and watch it fly off the press into readers’ hands and stores where readers will discover your masterpiece.

Sorry, the work is just beginning, and I am here to make the process smoother. I can not, however, do it without your help. Let me explain …

If you want to sell anything, there must be established, recognizable brand awareness. This process is best to begin before the book is even completed and available for purchase. It is possible to come in after the fact, but a larger time frame is inevitable for any visible return on your marketing investment. The branding emerges in much the same way as your story does, and creating them together leads to a solid branding connection. It is as if you are writing a new story that entices customers to want to know more and read your book. In this way, marketing and storytelling is a very similar beast.

Branding can be established in many ways:

* Author Interviews, signings, and events. It’s my job to create these opportunities, but yours to commit your time and enthusiasm to them.

* Social Media Connections – timely and engaging posts

* Reviews of your work by established reviewers

* Print materials such as bookmarks, banners, and point of purchase signs

* Finding established venues to sell your book – local bookstores,, and possibly obtaining a distributor such as Baker and Taylor

Author Amber Spiler: Marketing of The Blackwatch Stable Series: The Secret of Blackwatch, The Secret of the New Rider, and The Secret of Camalot Farm.

Author Jonathan Graves: Marketing of The Isabella Propeller Series: Isabella Propeller and the Magic Beanie and Isabella Propeller and the Bully Woolie

Author Dotty Pritchett: Marketing and creation of lesson plans and activities for Corbilina Series. The Purple Lady, The Lighthouse Mystery, and The Lost Keys.




Author Kay Hall – The Little Blind Shepherd by Kay Hall
Little Josh is blind, and his doting mother has finally agreed that, with his brothers’ guidance, he can join them one evening to tend the sheep. The starry night brings a visit from an angel, sharing the news of Christ the Savior’s birth. The boys follow a bright star to the east to find the manger. Join Little Josh and his brothers as they travel to Bethlehem and are given the greatest gift ever imagined.