When Short Previews Sell Better Than Long Previews
In the last post here, we discussed whether short or long previews help you sell more. Today, we're going to look at when -- based on my experience -- short previews are just fine.
One word -- series, as in, when you publish more than one book featuring the same characters.
For example, I'm in the middle of a three-book series right now. The first two parts have been published (…Continue
How Much of a Preview Should You Give Readers of Your New Romance Novel
In the last post, we discussed One Simple Way to Sell More Copies of Your Romance Novel. I just want wanted to expand upon this tip a bit, which was all about letting readers know what you're working on from one novel to the next.
My previews are short…Continue
One Simple Way to Sell More Copies of Your Romance Novel
I do what the big players like Harlequin do, ie, put a preview to upcoming and/or previously published titles at the end of each of each book you write.
You already have a captive reader, so why not let them know what you're working on, or tell them about some of your other novels. I'm finding that my readers are going back and picking up other titles. I see surges in sales the more I…Continue