TECH FOR WRITERS
MARKETING BOOKS TO READERS AND EDUCATORS
Writing a book won't get it read. That's a job for the Creative Tech for Writers set forth in the articles in this website. Children's author V. R. Duin shows writers how to become technologically literate and create unique systems of outreach to today's tech-savvy readers and educators. The new language of literature and communications is different from the old. To the perseverance and patience that writers use to develop materials, add the creative use of tech. Get readers and educators buzzing about that amazing content.
Writers can and must take their destiny into their own hands. This requires the mastery and use of the Applied Tech for Writers set forth in the articles on this website. V. R. Duin distills the technology trending for writers. With these tips and tricks, everyone can join the twenty-first century, and effectively showcase their amazing talents to millions of readers and educators. There is no need to wait for literary agents or publishers to start marketing books. Writers know their own work best and can learn the latest technology.
Cutting edge technology beats cutthroat tactics. The highly competitive publishing industry calls for adoption of the Mainstream Tech for Writers set forth in the articles on this website, V. R. Duin exposes the challenges of reaching mainstream with fiction and nonfiction. She gives writers advice on using technology to market books to readers and educators. To navigate the digital world, writers must place an emphasis on the latest technology. Tech puts the power to reach communication goals in the user's hands.
- BOOK PROMOTION November 2017
- CHANGE October 2017
- VOLUME BUSINESS September 2017
- NO BARRIER TO ENTRY August 2017
- TIME CONSTRAINTS July 2017
- PREDATORS June 2017
- LOADING PROBLEMS May 2017
- MISSION MARKETING April 2017
- BOOK SMARTS March 2017
- GET PAID TO WRITE February 2017
- THE SANDBOX January 2017
- PERSEVERANCE December 2016
MARKETING BOOKS TAKES WORK.
Those who expect instant success from marketing books may find the jackpot is empty. The “Literary Lottery” is a long, hard slog for progress. The words to this video sum up the quest: “Life is visions, and illusions; make decisions, fight delusions.” This text does not form part of any V. R. Duin book, but some of the illustrations are from her books. (21 seconds)