Friday, March 08, 2013

Window of Opportunity Before a Book's Release and Thinking Beyond Your Blog's Genre

Spunky is out and about today!

The last stop in my blog tour went live yesterday at Patricia Stoltey’s blog. I covered the window of opportunity for marketing before a book’s release.

Today I’m also over at the A to Z Blog discussing the advantages of thinking beyond one’s blog genre.

Thank you to everyone who has purchased my latest book, How to Publish and Promote Your Book Now! From writing to publishing to promoting, may it guide you down the right path.

And since it is nearly spring, I leave you with some spring flowers:


24 comments:

Summer Ross said...

You've been busy-
I love those flowers.
Have a great weekend.

Southpaw said...

Such pretty flowers! Spring may be late for us here as we just got pelted with more snow!

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Still not quite spring here, but soon.

Susan Gourley/Kelley said...

Can't wait to have some flowers of my own blooming in front of the house.

Karen Walker said...

How beautiful. Just like the photographer!
karen

Gwen Gardner said...

No spring here - snow due tomorrow. Thanks for the pretty flowers!

Mark Means said...

Great post over at A to Z and I live in Florida so it's, pretty much, always spring/summer :)

Michael Di Gesu said...

LOVELY Daffodils ... A true sign for the beginning of spring.

STILL snow on the ground here and 20's temps. Brrr.

BUT leaving for Florida next Thursday. I can't wait!

L. Diane Wolfe said...

Thank you, Karen.

Michael, it's still chilly here. My flowers are coming up but they're confused.

Carol Kilgore said...

Ooh, so pretty :)
Happy Weekend!

Now I'm going over to Patricia's.

Hilary Melton-Butcher said...

Hi Diane .. your book looks so informative and is in the Amazon pile waiting for me to push the buy button with a few more books ... it will I'm sure be so useful.

We're about to get more snow - frankly I think I'll emigrate to Florida!!

Cheers and have a lovely weekend .. Hilary

Silvia Villalobos said...

I miss real spring, but not the cold. Best change in weather we get in So. Cal. is rain. Enjoyed your A to Z post. :)

Silvia at Silvia Writes

LD Masterson said...

Beautiful flowers. Thanks. Have a lovely weekend.

klahanie said...

Hi Diane,

I have visited and commented on your highly informative posting over at the "A to Z Blog".

Due to unforeseen medical problems, my human's mention of your latest book has been delayed. He will still give it a mention fairly soon. I apologise on his behalf he didn't make mention of it sooner.

Just to reiterate, on our blog we have no particular genre. We do variety and you will never know what to expect from our site. My human and I think that's good.

A peaceful, pawsitive weekend to you.

Penny the Jack Russell dog and modest internet superstar!

James Garcia Jr. said...

Thanks for sharing. I have a new book coming out this year, so I rushed right over to Patricia's site to check out that post.

-Jimmy

freedanichols said...

The best to you in the marketing of your new book.

michelle said...

I really enjoyed your post over at the A to Z blog. It made me think about my other non-writerly interests/hobbies and networking possibilities...
Lovely Spring flowers! I'm off to Patricia's blog now--------

Tracy Jo said...

Hi Diane! Hope you had fun out and about. I am off to check out your book and post at A-Z! Happy weekend!

klahanie said...

Just a follow up message. Now that I've managed to get back on track, I've finally posted up about your book on my site. Once again, I apologise for the delay.

Enjoy the rest of the weekend.

Gary

shelly said...

Love your picture.

Hugs and chocolate,
Shelly

Medeia Sharif said...

I love daffodils. I miss them. I used to see them up north and I don't see any in Florida.

randi lee said...

Spring finally showed up in New England, as well, and I'm lovin' it!!!

Sherry Ellis said...

You certainly have been busy. And yes, I did purchase your book. Now I just have to find the time to read it. :)

C. Lee McKenzie said...

You can never have enough daffodils. That's my opinion anyway.