The virtual 2023 Families in Global Transition Conference will be take place over two days – 29th to 30th April. Check out the FIGT collection here on the Expat Bookshop
Would you like to exploit Instagram to promote your books but aren’t sure how to go about it? BookBub Partners have put together some examples to inspire you. Click on the image to find out more.
Leoshine, Princess Oracle, Book One of the Leoshine Series, has been edited within an inch of her life! So much so that I don’t recognise parts that I wrote! There have been many beta readers besides Marcia Laycock, Christina Petre and Colleen McCubbin who have put their professional stamp on the manuscript. Perhaps it is… Read More Who Wrote That?
Thanks to the rapid rise of TikTok and Clubhouse, as well as new features on existing platforms like Instagram and Twitter, we often hear from authors wondering how many social media platforms they should be using — and who feel like they can’t keep up. But authors don’t need a presence on every social media… Read More Social Media for Authors
When his California dream turned to nightmare and with creative career in tatters, author and fast food courier, Charles St. Anthony gave La La Land the finger and hit the freeway for prairie pastures new. Pitching his wagon in Oklahoma City, ‘where the wind comes sweepin’ down the plain’, he could earn an honest crust… Read More Jack Scott Reviews Saints and Sinners in Oklahoma City
Springtime Books, are delighted to announce that buyers in the US and Canada can now purchase books directly from them powered by Aerio from IngramSpark. Click the image to see their collection of fantastic books.
All publishers big and small expect authors to do more of their own marketing these days. This means developing a strong online presence with an appealing author site to draw in the crowds and regular engagement with potential readers through blogging and social networking. Here are ideas to get the message out. Expat Bookshop List… Read More Book Marketing Ideas
These days, authors are expected to do a lot more to market their books. But where do you start? Here’s some excellent tips from Smith Publicity and BookBub, two of the best in the business.
Once again when Expat Nest, Counselling Without Borders, asked us here at the Expat Bookshop to list our favourite titles published during 2021. In no particular order, here is our top 10 – books to inform and entertain, inspire and admire.
Check out Expat Bookshop manager Jack Scott’s interview with Nicola MacCameron on Mic and Pen. “Throughout human history, words of fiction have provided answers to age-old questions big and small. Fables, parables, myths, folklore or tall tales – passed down, written down and repurposed – nothing grips the imagination quite like a cracking story told… Read More Jack Scott on Mic and Pen