Market Your Book Now Posted by: Gordon Warnock – Agent – Gordon@andreahurst.com
In today’s publishing world, the responsibility of marketing a book is shifting more onto the shoulders of the author. Given that writers are by nature writers and not necessarily expert publicists, understandable misconceptions about the process often arise.
There are always those writers whom we are “supposed” to read. You know what I’m talking about: The Dickenses, Allendes, Steinbecks, Shakespeares, and Woolfs. You could go on and on, I’m sure. Picture this, and see if it sounds familiar: you are sitting in a coffee shop with an editor …
Andrea Hurst Literary Management Announces
3-Book Deal to Kensington Books
By Amberly Finarelli Senior Agent
My First Day as a Writer
By Hannah Schwartz – Author
I was in the second grade when I decided I was going to be a writer, but it wasn’t until I was 29 that I decided to quit my job and give writing an actual try.