Why Should Anyone Read This?


“The Writer’s Pen”

I usually try to resist tooting my own horn (and I usually fail miserably, but I do try).

As an indie writer it’s important to get the word out about your work, because there’s no large publishing conglomerate pushing information about your latest-and-greatest literary effort to the public.

No sexy ad campaign. No colorful billboards. No radio interviews or speaking engagements.

You have to get the word out all by yourself.

But, when you do that, where do you draw the line between marketing effort and general annoyance?

A Fine Line
I don’t want to slam “buy my books” all over the place (although there are less-than-subtle links to places to buy them all along the margin of the blog, and frequently here in the text). I hope to actually have folks read what I write here because it’s occasionally interesting.

So I will only mention once that my debut novel “Reichold Street” was chosen as the Gold Medal Winner (young adult genre) in the 2012 Readers Favorite Awards, and let it go at that. Although you really should take a look at it. You might like it. Here’s the book trailer.

‘Nuff said.

Here’s the “Reichold Street” trailer:

 

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5 Responses to “Why Should Anyone Read This?”

  1. Ron Herron Says:

    Thanks, all! (and I’m working on it radman)! 😉

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  2. M.S. Fowle Says:

    That’s awesome! Congrats! 😀

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  3. radman1950 Says:

    Congrats, Ron. You certainly deserve it. Now get back to work and write another one!

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  4. Ron Herron Says:

    Thanks, Tim. 😉

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  5. T. W. Dittmer Says:

    Good job, Ron. Best wishes to you.

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