Your book needs the same thing. Thankfully, you don’t have to be in an office or suffer with rush-hour traffic or a job/boss you hate. You can do a lot of your promotion from the comfort of your own home.
Today there are companies (and websites) that do a lot of the work for you. Your book can be featured on BookLife.com, PublishersWeekly.com, in press releases, on social media, even at book fairs. Here are some ways to get started.
BookMarketingTools.com has a free guide called The Ultimate Author Checklist for Online Book Marketing – a great way to dive into the book marketing world. They also help with eBook submissions, getting reviews for your book, and promoting your book on ReadingDeals.com. Visit http://bookmarketingtools.com/tools
BookTweeters.com helps you promote your book online to more than 530,000 followers. [Be aware that all those people may not be your target audience. But some of them may be.] Visit http://BookTweeters.com/
When you’re ready to step out a little more, try the following with BookLife.com:
In Print - https://booklife.com/about-us/promote-your-book-in-the-pw-select-module.html
Press Release - https://ireach.prnewswire.com/booklife/AppHome.aspx
Book Fair - https://booklife.com/about-us/book-fair-marketing.html
As always, I wish you the best. Let me know how it's going!