Where do you find your next book to read?

Where do you find your next book to read?

If you’re anything like me, your TBR (to be read) pile is a teetering stack that far outnumbers your available reading time. And even though you already have plenty of material to keep you entertained (for years??), there’s always that fear of missing out on a great deal from your favorite author or forgetting about that upcoming book in an addicting series. What’s a reader to do? Well, you could track down those authors’ websites

The Author Toolbox: Use Goodreads to Find Avid Readers (Part Two)

The Author Toolbox: Use Goodreads to Find Avid Readers (Part Two)

Once you have a Goodreads profile and author account, it’s time to use this platform to find avid readers. Tool #3: Set up a giveaway. For the price of a single book and postage, you can get your book added to hundreds of shelves. While most of those potential readers entered only for the chance at something free, they hopefully were also at least intrigued by the idea behind your book. In the future if

The Author Toolbox: Use Goodreads to Find Avid Readers (Part One)

The Author Toolbox: Use Goodreads to Find Avid Readers (Part One)

Readers go to Amazon to buy books, but avid readers flock to Goodreads where they can add books to their virtual “want to read” shelves, rate and/or review the books they’ve read, recommend books to friends, jump into groups that are taking about their favorite genre, discover new authors, and even enter giveaways to win free books. Goodreads is all about finding that next good book to read, so it makes perfect sense for authors