Here’s a round up of some Summer coloring pages. (Plus…if your kid is learning to swim, you might like to read them all about Noah!)
Hope you enjoy the sun!
In my new role at Behrman House Publishers, I recently wrote a list of tips for our authors. Thought some of you fun folks out there might find it useful as well:
Top 10 Tips for Getting Your Book to
What YOU Can Do to Support
#10 Tell your friends: Your friends (your Mom!) are your biggest fans and telling them can help the word get out like nothing else.
#9 The Internet: Do you have a website? A facebook page? If you don’t already have one, consider signing up for a free account.
#8 Speaking and events: Let organizations in your community know you are available to speak. You can tell the story behind your book, where you got your ideas–anything!
#7 Local media: Local and Jewish papers are often looking for new, unique content. Call or email them and introduce yourself. And if they are too busy to write an article…
#6 Offer to write one yourself!
#5 The blogosphere: Offer bloggers an interview, and invite them to review your book. Or, volunteer to do a Q&A or write a guest post.
#4: Fill in the blank: To promote his picture book, “Bats at the Beach”, author Brian Lies transformed his car into a book signing Bat- Mobile. What unique tactics could work for your book?
#3 Make it easy: Whenever you contact anyone, attach: 1) A JPEG image of the book cover. 2) Your credit info (like this: Article by Ann D. Koffsky)
#2 Look at your inbox: What organizations are contacting you? Anyone who is contacting you can be contacted back—tell them you wrote a book!
#1 Giveaways: Folks like free stuff! Run an online raffle on facebook. Or, if you don’t want to run it yourself, donate a copy of a book to a worthy organization and let them use it as a prize for their own raffle.
Don’t forget to follow Behrman House on facebook at https://www.facebook.com/behrmanhouse.
Just wanted to give a shoot-out to Jessica Marie Boehret. Jessica, THANK YOU so much for saving me at the Book Expo coat check line, and slipping me the $3 to check my suitcase. I’d forgotten take cash that day and she was really a lifesaver, swooping in to help little old me, a complete stranger.
So nice to know that there are genuinely kind people out there!
Jessica blogs about and reviews YA books at http://jessiemariereads.com–go check her out!
“Mom, I don’t want to go to bed yet!” ribbits this frog, as he peeking out from under his blanket.
“My Mom always told me to “Aim High”. So, even though I knew that Pharaoh’s palace was out of my reach, I was going to make there, no matter how many hops it took me.”