You’ve written a book.
Many new authors freak out at this stage. Don’t. You don’t need to spend four hours a day on Twitter and other social networking sites begging people to buy your book.
Use Goodreads. No pressure involved. You can just do what you usually do — read — and can promote your book at the same time.
Goodreads has a special author program, which you should join immediately — even if you’re just thinking that you may want to write a book someday.
Promote Your Books
Get the word out! Here are some of the promotional tools available on Goodreads:
* Sign up to advertise your book to up to the Goodreads Community—20,000,000 readers!
* List a book giveaway to generate pre-launch buzz.
* Lead a Q&A discussion group for readers.
* Participate in discussions on your profile, in groups and in the discussion forums for your books.
Goodreads is perfect: you can find YOUR audience of READERS
When you participate on Goodreads, you know you’re interacting with people who love reading as much as you do. And no matter how niched your category, you’ll find an audience.
If you haven’t join Goodreads, join today. Start having fun, and promote your book.
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