I'm new to the site and I'd love any suggestions on how to get my work more exposure. I'm reading a lot of posts and they are wonderful! I've gotten many "welcomes" and links to personal blogs and they are phenomenal!  Can any one offer suggestions on additional ways to gain more exposure? My first book is in a smaller local bookstore, but it's very hard to get traction other than word of mouth.  I like the advice about using quickfamesystem.com as well as GoodReads.

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Comment by wordwan on July 19, 2013 at 12:23pm

Again, it's only cos I just read Seth Godin. He comments on all the 'normal' ways people are approaching marketing too. And I agree with what I've read of him so far. And he's actually been around for a long time, I'd just never heard of him.

And a LOT of people are using old paradigms to market. I agree with what he's saying. So maybe go take a look at his ideas.

Heather, just a thought; do whatever works for you

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