Student Reading Books Shows LearningAnother Friday in 2018!

Today I wanted to write a post about a couple of services that I find helpful for Indie Authors marketing their books, and also for readers (which of course, indie authors are) looking for new stories to read.

There are fun ways to get noticed without breaking your piggy bank.

First is a service called Book Doggy.

Today my book IN THE WOODS is featured under new releases – check it out here.

This service is similar to Free Booksy and Bargain Booksy, however, the process to enter is easy, the service personal, and the social content fun. Best of all it’s very affordable.

I discovered Book Doggy via the IndiesUnlimited website that we all know and love. I joined to receive books in the thriller and historical fiction genres. I have scooped up a few good deals myself, enjoy the selection of quality books, and the ease of selecting my preferences.  I suggest you try this out as a reader and an author. Again, here’s my newest story via Book Doggy.

book doggy

The next marketing tool isn’t really a service. It’s a bus ride!

I joined the Facebook group called Author’s Bus Depot (it’s s closed group)

It’s an interesting concept. We connect via IM and ride a virtual book bus,  stop at each rider’s Facebook page, add a poster that supports Indie Authors, and then we list our books in the comments. Sounds weird, maybe it is, but it is also a fun way to market.

The idea behind the bus ride is that instead of posting to another overcrowded Facebook writer’s group, we post on each other’s pages to take advantage of each other’s friend list.

If you want to see how it works, join the group and take a ride as a passenger—you get to ride and see how it works. If you like the idea, you can sign up for the next bus as a rider and post your book. Oh, and the best part, this one is FREE.

bus depot

You can’t go wrong with either of these options!

I hope to see your book listed with Book Doggy or see you as a passenger at Author’s Bus Depot.

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