Jon Gibbs (jongibbs) wrote,
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Promote Your Work on An Englishman in New Jersey






Looking for books? You'll find them in the comments below.

Promoting our work is an important part of a writer's life, but it's not always as easy (or as much fun) as folks might think.


With that in mind, I've decided to open up a permanent page on my blog where people can promote their books.

Here's how it works:
If you'd like to promote one of your books or stories here on An Englishman in New Jersey, just post a link to it in a comment below. Don't forget to tell us the genre/target audience, price etc. If you want to include the back of the book blurb, that's fine too (providing it's suitable for delicate eyes to read).

Feel free to include a link to your main sales page, where folks can go to find out more about you and your other work.

If you want to post a cover pic, go right ahead, but please keep in mind I have a lot of younger readers, so don't post a pic a middle grader's mom wouldn't want him or her to see.

I've created a banner for my sidebar and website, so folks can keep coming back to this page. If you'd like to use it too, I'd be more than happy for you to do so.


Books by my writer friends - compressed

Are any books considered unacceptable?
So long as you bear in mind that I have a lot of younger readers (see above), I can't see a problem. If your books are on the raunchy side of romance, say so in your comment and don't include a cover pic, otherwise. If you're in any doubt as to whether your books are suitable, contact me separately (jon@acatofninetales.com) or message me via LJ.

Please note: If you don't comment via LJ, your comment may not show up right away. Also, the links won't go live till I update them (it's an LJ anti-spam thing)
Have fun!
Tags: fiction, fun, promotion, some of my writer friends, writing
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