Writing a book is a long process, and so is selling the book.
It’s not unusual for a book to take five years and more to see publication.
It’s a long time to be working in the dark, so to speak, unsure whether your book will be accepted by a publisher, and will sell once it hits the bookstore shelves.
There’s an answer to this “in the dark” situation – cast light on it by promoting your book as you write it.
Kate Mosse blogged Labyrinth as she wrote it, and you can blog your book too.
If you need help with the promote-as-you-write process, I can work out a plan for you. Just contact me for a consultation; I’m happy to help.
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