The Alexandria Project
Top Posts & Pages
- Do Free Book Promotions Work? (Part I)
- Is Paying for Book Promotion Worth it?
- Poll: What Promotional Methods Work Best?
- Author Poll Results: Which promotional methods produce the most sales?
- Writing a Book Proposal (Remember Book Proposals?)
- Are Press Releases Worth it?
- Book Promotion: What Really Works?
- The Lafayette Campaign On Sale: Trying out the Discount Game
- It's Free Promotion Week for The Lafayette Campaign
- Are Press Releases Worth it? Results and Conclusions
Category Archives: My Writing
Over the last several months I’ve been trying, and reporting on, my success with various paid promotions. This week I’m running a blitz of promotions with the book available for free. Why not download a copy right now here? If … Continue reading
I took a little time off the other day from promoting my second Frank Adversego thriller to write the first chapter of the third. Needless to say, it was a lot more fun than lining up promotional discount sales and … Continue reading
I’m happy to report that the launch of my second cybersecurity thriller, titled The Lafayette Campaign, a Tale of Deception and Elections, is off to a great start in a couple of ways.
Once upon a time, when someone was done writing a book (or even before), they tried to find a publisher, or an agent and then a publisher, willing to take on their book. Of course, that was eons ago – … Continue reading
Sooner later, mortality catches up with every family. There’s no good way out of this life, but some ways are more difficult than others. The process can be long, and often it’s painful. Sometimes it can even be degrading. Being … Continue reading
Well, it really is a great feeling to push that final “submit” button after you’ve uploaded the cover, the file, and all of the metadata and other information that Amazon asks for. And behold – only an hour later, my … Continue reading
When I released my first book, I had never heard of a marketing op called a “cover reveal.” Well, that was then (four years ago), and this, of course, is now. And so, with apologies to Marcus Case for one … Continue reading