Music For Her Soul - New Release, New Marketing

My latest novella, Music For Her Soul, will be released by Amira Press on August 10, 2012! I am very excited by this piece because I had the opportunity to work with a group of readers prior to submission and I have a work that does my heart proud. 

Blurb: Single mom Lena Spencer is showing her sexy side for the first time in a life that has revolved around an aggressive pursuit of her PhD and learning to live without daughter's father, Ethan Holden. Returning to town after a ten month tour with the single goal in mind to reclaim Lena’s heart, Ethan gives his greatest performances--musical and otherwise.

Now that my happy dance is done, I'll have to start thinking about marketing. I've used Naughty Readers, IRMC Books, Facebook and Twitter - What else has proven successful in your marketing efforts?  

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Comment by Edward Smith on July 4, 2012 at 9:56am

I coach authors how to get on TV and that is the best way to sell a ton of books.  It is not as hard to get on TV as you might think.  To be honest 99% of the fiction authors that try to get on TV don't make it, but 99% of them are going about it all wrong.  If you would like lots of free tips on how to go about getting on TV, just go to my blog quickfamesystem.com.  OK, good luck, Edward Smith. 

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