How to Market Your Book, Pt. 1 of 4: Using Twitter

Today, I’m posting over on AuthorCulture, with the post “How to Market Your Book Using Twitter.” Here’s an excerpt:

When you think about it, the writing life really isn’t fair. Here you are slaving away over your masterpiece of a Great American Novel, sweating over it for months, years even, until it’s the most perfect piece of literature you can imagine. Then you give yourself copious gray hairs and bite your nails to the quick waiting for your query letters to finally turn up a positive answer. You corral the agent, the agent corrals the editor, until finally—voila!—you’re published. Now the only thing you’ll have to worry about for the rest of your life is writing the Great American Sequel, while your huge publishing company does its job and sells a hundred bazillion copies of your book. Easy-peasy, right?

I have three small words for you: Not so fast.

If you’re wondering how to market your book, here are a few tips for utilizing Twitter, one of the easiest and most far-reaching networking platforms.

Keep reading!

How to Market Your Book Using Twitter

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K.M. Weiland is the award-winning and internationally-published author of the acclaimed writing guides Outlining Your Novel, Structuring Your Novel, and Creating Character Arcs. A native of western Nebraska, she writes historical and fantasy novels and mentors authors on her award-winning website Helping Writers Become Authors.


  1. Mic Meguiar says

    It seems all your posts on the AuthorCulture site only allows access to “invited readers.” Hope you don’t mind me asking for your assistance to access them!

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