Authors, if all your marketing efforts so far have been an isolated, individual slog, how about giving the multi-author approach a try?

I did this last month (June 2014) in two different ways, and thought I’d share with you both the benefits and the results – not to mention how much fun it was, not feeling like a solitary voice in the wilderness for once.


First up, I took a couple of slots in a multi-author giveaway to win a KINDLE FIRE. 


Each month, a Kindle Fire is offered up as a prize, and authors pay $10 a slot for a place on the Rafflecopter. You can opt for people to sign up to your mail list, like your Facebook page, or follow you on Twitter. I took Twitter and mail list slots.

Your book is then displayed on emails about the giveaway with purchase links. And…

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