Hi all! This is an interview given by Courtney Wells, founder of Fringe Fiction, my favorite group on Goodreads. If you’re a Goodreads member, come on by and say hello, or check out Courtney’s blog, Libra Obscura, for her indie book recommendations!
PS – Sorry for the radio silence of late. A lot going on. I’ll be posting an update soon. Cheers!
It’s never been easier to be a self-published author.
At the same time, indie authors have to tread an extremely tough road to hawk their wares in an overstuffed market.
It’s a bit like looking down the rabbit hole.
Sad fact? Blatant reality you have no hope of overcoming?
Perhaps, but wherever there is despair, people will always find a way to fill the vacuum.
Goodreads (GR), for example, is a great place for authors to hang out with readers, promote their books and develop a community.
Of course, it’s also a place where you can quickly become lost in all the choice and discussion.
How do you separate the wheat from the chaff? And how do you get people to notice your novel amidst all the convos and topic threads?
For starters, you need to find a group you honestly like and make relationships with real people. One such GR group I’m a…
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