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Hello!I hope all you bookworms are well and setting aside some extra time for reading today – Happy World Book Day!!
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I take this opportunity today,seeing it's such a special day for both readers and authors,to say that I feel privileged to be a part of the indie online community.I'd like to say a big thank you to all my readers,followers,and author friends for the support and love you share with me so generously.
Last,but not least,I welcome you to check out an interview I did yesterday on the blog of mystery author,James Moushon.If you're a fellow writer,you may be interested in the indie authorship issues James and I discussed.
Here follows a short excerpt:
You have a good following on Twitter.How important have your social media relationships been?How did you build your following in your niche?Do you see a carry over to your writing success??
Yes,I have 72,000 Twitter followers at the moment and it's steadily growing because I have been working to grow my follower count every week for the past four years when I started.This has been a conscious effort as I am aware of the power of the specific medium to spread a message far and wide.Twitter doesn't sell books,but it provides visibility like no other social media platform.I use Twitter and Facebook heavily;both are integral parts to my day-to-day promotion efforts and have helped me gain a plethora of new readers,many of which have become dear online friends.I use my private Facebook page to keep my readers close.In my opinion,Facebook pages don't work – private ones do,and really help to put books in front of people's eyes.