As a self-published author, one key problem we face in the world of promotion is figuring out where to market our books. If you are a writer trying to market your books online, you can spend hours upon hours looking for places to hawk your wares. It can be so time-consuming that you don’t feel you have time to do what you most love to do–write.
Listed below are sites that I have used to promote my books. These sites help promote authors’ works, indie and traditionally published. Make sure to read the sites’ guidelines for posting and submitting your free ebooks or paid books for promotional purposes.
This is a short list that I have used, but G.E. Johnson has compiled a list of 101 websites, blogs, and Facebook pages and groups for writers as a resource to help them navigate the promotional waters.
“Get Connected: 101 Places to Promote Your Books Online” is a resource directory of sites that provide literary services and that offer help with promoting writers’ works on their sites.
And of course, don’t forget my own Facebook page–All Things Kindle.
Check out “Get Connected: 101 Places to Promote Your Books Online” on Amazon.
Check out Katrina Parker Williams’ books and short stories at Amazon, Smashwords, Barnes and Noble, and Itunes.