Here are more free books, if you want them. A good selection of SF and fantasy from a wide variety of authors. The promo starts today and ends on the 22 June 2018. My impression is that Bookfunnel is more for distributing ARC's and copies to devoted fans than big Giveaways but it does those … Continue reading Free books on Bookfunnel
When an author puts his or her books on an Instafreebie Giveaway he (or she) raises his or her right hand and solemnly swears to spread the link on Social Media, yea and even unto his (or her) newsletter (if he (or she) has one). Gladly doing my duty as an Instafreebie Giveaway author I … Continue reading Free Books on Instafreebie
Just a note to say that the May 2018 Fantasy Extravaganza giveaway on Instafreebie has only five days left. Don't miss your chance to grab a free book. There are one hundred and forty to choose from and they're all free. Even mine. https://claims.instafreebie.com/gg/ryAZZEDrJlFilC86QvuV
I queried Bookfunnel on this and got the following reply(and promptly): Hi, Eamonn! You can join promotions on the First-Time Author plan! You create a download page that does not collect emails and then include a call-to-action inside the book file (meaning, an invite to join your list with a link that takes them to … Continue reading Bookfunnel: You can join Giveaways on the first time author plan
The other day I rejoined Bookfunnel on the cheap plan and updated my books. I couldn't remember what plan I was on before and why I had quit. I soon did. On the cheapest plan you can't join Giveaways and promote your book so membership is not so useful. On the other hand, you can … Continue reading Bookfunneling again
There's a new Giveaway on Instafreebie (well, there always is) but this one has previews of my Choices and Other Stories and Arnos Hell. There's stuff by lots of other writers too and all free so why not try the May 2018 Fantasy Extravaganza ? Kudos to Emerald Dodge for organising it all.
I had an email from Bookfunnel a few days ago to warn me that Outlook is blocking stuff from MailerLite and other platforms as spam. This matters for authors who send out newsletters and other promotional material via these platforms. It also matters to the likes of Bookfunnel and Instafreebie because their selling point for … Continue reading Marketing is getting harder for self-publishers