I started helping authors market their books because I am an author myself.
After finishing my second novel in 2014, I still wasn't ready to hit publish. I wanted to know everything about the landscape of the digital publishing industry before I put my own work out there. So I started working with authors in various genres. I was amazed to find that the principles of inbound content marketing and multi channel advertising that I was already so familiar with applied to authors and book marketing.
With a background in product marketing for an events management software company, I'm pretty familiar with the digital landscape and what it takes to gain traction on social media, through various advertising platforms, and via an email list. Being a strategist at heart, I'm passionate about empowering authors with the right set of tools and a solid plan of action to make a big impact on their audience.
My experience in the events industry also comes in pretty handy. Part of being an author is getting face-time with potential readers. I love helping authors find their voice and book gigs speaking or presenting at libraries, conferences, and book fairs.
So I ask you: Are you ready to find your audience, connect with readers, and sell more books? If so, send me a message and let's get started.
Writing Inbound helps authors in various genres formulate strategies and tactics to find their audience and reach their readers.
At Booktrope, I worked with authors on their social, advertising, and blogging plans.
I'm a full-stack marketer at CadmiumCD, an event management software company. I'm in charge of everything from multi-channel advertising, trade shows, integrated sales, and email marketing to social media, content development, blogging, and inbound strategy.
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The first novel of a 12 part LitRPG epic series ''More Than a Game" has captivated Russian readers and was voted New Fantasy Book of the Year [in 2014]. Andrey Vasilyev's masterpiece 'More Than a Game' is now at long last available to the English-speaking people. Come explore the fantasy novel that has captured the imagination of the Slavic world.Harriton Nikiforov is a binge-drinking tabloid ... read more
Having read this book - As an entrepreneur or aspiring executive, you will gain the knowledge and skill to see how your startup will succeed or the company you work for should be working, paving the way for your arrival in the C-Suite. Crisis management, the business plan, getting finance, branding and advertising, pricing, marketing, cash flow, public relations, the feel-good-factor are fully... read more
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A man, nameless, wakes up in Manhattan in a stranger's apartment with few memories of who he is. He remembers a life in California and the love of a girl named Sarah—memories that don’t match the life he now finds himself in.Losing hold of what he can say for certain about his life, he turns to a doctor who claims he can help recover more memories through hypnotic regression. But when the sess... read more
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Maldene is a world of magic and science, wizards and dragons; but home also to an incredible secret. One jealously guarded by History’s most villainous being: Miro. For centuries his presence has been plaguing the nightmares of gods and men; the world is in his thrall, there is no one willing to face him.Or perhaps there is. The young wizard Sabu, and his elven friend Eldar, lead their compani... read more
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I'm a social media/marketing professional and a Penguin Random House expat who has worked on dozens of NYT bestselling books.
Reedsy co-founder by day. By night: book marketing consultant specializing in advertising and mailing lists. Ah, and also a cocktail expert.