Episode 121 Another tour of duty - surviving and thriving in the world of book marketing

May 28, 2018 00:15:27
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The Creative Writer's Toolbelt
Episode 121 Another tour of duty - surviving and thriving in the world of book marketing
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This episode looks at the emotional and psychological cost of marketing and promotion for writers. There are plenty of opportunities but it's hostile territory, so we look at the need to create an excellent product, what to do when you're feeling addicted to the numbers, and how to be sociable on social media.

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