Sunday, April 02, 2006

Book Marketing for Novelists Seminar: May 17th in Washington, DC

I used to think that my general book marketing advice was enough to help most novelists sell their books. While I still believe that is true, I have found that many novelists are not at all prepared to do what is necessary to make their books to bestsellers. They can't figure out how to apply my general advice to their specific needs. Well, that's something I can do — and have done. Now I'm ready to share it with authors.

On Wednesday, May 17th, 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m., I will be giving the most comprehensive and detailed seminar ever produced on how to promote novels. This seminar will knock your socks off if you're a novelist or aspiring novelist. This is a can't-miss event. If you are a novelist, come. If you are a publisher, send your novelists to this event.

The cost is $300.00. Now some people might call that expensive (and it is compared to most books and many seminars), but it is cheap when you consider what many authors spend willy-nilly trying to market their books. It always shocks me what authors are willing to spend money on — so many useless things — when they could be investing that money in something really useful. It's even cheaper when compared to what it costs NOT to become a bestseller.

Sign up at or by calling 641-472-6130. Please note that I will be out of the office from Thursday through Saturday attending the Colorado Independent Publishers Association seminar, but will be back on Sunday to answer phones and take sign-ups.

— John Kremer, author, 1001 Ways to Market Your Books

P.S. — People who sign up for this seminar will get a free copy of the new 6th edition of 1001 Ways to Market Your Books, hot off the press!
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