Well, the blog tour ended and although it was a lot of work it was also a lot of fun. Met new people, and I did goofy things. A special thanks to all my hosts. I hope you’ll come to me when you need my help, so I can return the favor.
The next stage of my marketing plan is to seek reviews. Stop. Come back here. I’ll be asking the mystery book bloggers I found online.
Once, I suggested to a fellow writer that book bloggers are the people to approach and he shook his head. “Sounds like too much work.”
I don’t mind hard work or the submission process because when I get an acceptance I’ll reach an established audience. Some people, more writer friends, think I’m putting too much effort into this.
But here’s the thing. I’m too new to be credible and I know it.
If I don’t promote or don’t believe in what I’m doing, then who will? I like my final product. I know not everyone will and understand this. Heck, if we all liked the same thing there would be one ice cream, one style of unisex clothes, and the one popular book would be memorized by all of us.
So I’m diving in.
As always your feedback is welcome. If you trust a mystery book blogger, small or big, list them I’ll do the rest.