Everyone expects authors to promote their books when they blog, but what if they don't have a book coming out, and the ones out are two to three years old? Do they keep blogging and promoting, or do they stop until the next book comes out?
Here's my story, I wrote three books, The Catalyst, Addiction and The Deceived. They are still up at my publisher, Eirelander Publishing if you care to check them out. I call them, The Odyssey Mysteries trilogy, and they are set in the
Midwest riverboat casino industry, which has now become mostly grounded. The
books have been taken down from Amazon and other places because my publisher is
redoing the covers.
I also wrote a short story titled, A Fool's Fool, a humorous contemporary romance about harassment in the work place. It can be found at Eirelander Publishing too, and in audio at Audio.com. The link is below.http://www.audible.com/pd/ref=sr_1_1?asin=B00945MFMI&qid=1347906078&sr=1-1
Okay, I have strayed from the topic. What I'm getting at is that most of my followers are readers not writers, and they aren't interested in reading about how you write a story. For me, I'm fascinated by all sorts of things, and I think the people who follow me on my blog are too. A lot of people don't follow me on my blog, but I know they go there every Sunday because I receive private messages from them instead of comments on my blog.
Your blog followers' attention can be captured by many different subjects and you can keep them coming back for more. Many of those people will be there when your next book comes out.
Now, I know some of you will disagree with me, so I'm eager to read your comments. Wink!
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