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Conversing With Your Readers Online

Conversing With Your Readers Online

Posted by Randy StapilusPosted on Fri, 25 Jul 2014in BookWorks

Some writers adopt the attitude that what they have to say to their readers is all in the written word– the book, the article, the formal press release. For many readers, though, the author-reader relationship goes beyond that. The reader wants to seeking out the writer and find out more about him or her. The advantage, from the self-publisher's point of view, is that as readers invest time with the author, they're more likely to connect with him or her and want to buy their next book. Conversing with readings is usually a win-win relationship. This doesn't mean completely...