Freelance writer, Cindy Dashnaw, discusses ways to engage the media and draw attention to your book.
"The Celebritizer" Gayl Murphy explains how to succeed with the media and master your time in front of your audience.
Award-winning journalist and author, Nina Burleigh, who wrote the New York Times Bestselling book The Gift of Fatal Beauty (an Amanda Knox story), describes her experiences with radio and television interviews. She defines why she likes each one, which one helped drive sales, who can help set up these kind of interviews, and how to succeed with these kind of interviews.
Bestselling author and speaker, John U. Bacon, gives some tips on landing radio interviews for a new author.
Sherry Beck Paprocki, author of The Complete Idiot's Guide to Branding Yourself, talks about the impact of social media on the way people think and how we consume information as a result. In this interview Sherry offers an example of how social media allowed the spread of medically sensitive information for a 19 year old patient. As authors we must think about how social media impacts our efforts to communicate. What will people say about you, share about their experiences with you and your books? How will they share it, how quickly can it spread?
Your local radio station interviews authors on a regular basis. You wrote a book; how can you make an appearance on the show? From how to contact the station to the necessary contents of a press kit, the following will help you ensure success.