A little known fact is that most authors have day jobs. Yes, we all aspire to be able to work daily in our pajamas but often times, we have other full time careers that take our time.
I’m fortunate enough to love my day job — I’m a marketing director. I design, write copy, create, strategize and work on marketing the products and services for the company I work for. And this skillset has proven quite valuable as an author. I have a handful of articles already on this site, but thought I’d try to build a “one page has it all” for easy perusal.
- What the Published Author Needs | on Romance University
- What the Newly Published Author Needs | on Romance University
- Do I Really Need a Website? | on Romance University
There are great ways to use social media and not-so-great ways.
- Twitter Do’s and Don’ts
- 5 Steps to Using Twitter : How to Get Started | on Romance University
- Facebook Mistakes and how to avoid them
- Using Facebook: Getting Started | on Romance University
Two great books to read:
A workshop that walks through each aspect of a book video — whether you’re creating your own or hiring someone else to do it for you, this is information you should have.
- Day 1: Deconstructing A Book Video
- Day 2: Writing the Book Video Script
- Day 3: Imagery to Tell The Story
- Day 4: Creating The Soundtrack
- Day 5: Putting It All Together
- Day 6: Distribution of your Video
- Do you need a book video? How to decide. | on Romance University
- Going Pro: When to Turn Your Book Video over to the Professionals | on Romance University