This is a list of link / notes from our chat on June 6th:
Pigeonhole for review writing and linking up with writers and bloggers
Claire Wingfield’s ’52 Dates for Writers’ – comes highly recommended by Icy.
Query Shark, an agent blog which helps with query letters.
Brandon Sanderson on You Tube (this link is for his website)
Feedly Brilliant way to subscribe to blogs and have them all be pulled in to one place. Much easier to keep up with what’s going on in the blogosphere.
Tuesday book blog – Great place to share book-related blog posts on Twitter.
Women Writers’ Wednesday on Twitter Great place to share blog posts if you’re a woman writer. Sorry dudes.
You Tube and Facebook Live – I think we were talking about uploading video, book trailers and just the popularity and shareability of video…
Goodreads – book reviewing and being reviewed, connecting with bloggers etc.. good also for boosting your own website content and search engine profiling.
Wattpad for serialising fiction.
‘Reader’s funnel’ and ‘funnel book’ I think was mentioned in the context of ‘deleted scenes’ and that we could hold onto this stuff for marketing, especially on social media or our own websites and blogs… I also found an app called ‘Book Funnel‘ which adapts your ebook across platforms and devices, if you want it here it is…
Anyone remember how ebook.bike came into the conversation? Is it a review site?
Last one I noted down was instafreebie if you want to give away copies of your book.