To find our readers – to interact with them and to get to know who they are as people – we need to figure out some of their basic information. Knowing who your reader is will make it easier to not only write your book but to find them when you’re ready to publish it. In this episode, the co-hosts discuss why other marketing advice doesn’t work for writers, offer a solution to that problem, and some general tips on finding your audience.
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What is Cthulu? (video)
Do You Waste Time Marketing Your Book To The Wrong Readers?
Finding a Target Audience for Your Book in 3 Steps
Target Audiences by Gina Gagliano
Writers: 5 Tips on How to Identify Your Target Audience by Joanna Penn
Writing For Your Audience
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Chapter 2 Episode 8 – Boundaries Book Club Check-in
Chapter 2 Episode 9 – 3 Simple, Stress-Free Ways to Start Marketing as an Author
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