(and artists and musicians), promoting your work is important. If you write it
they will read sounds nice, but it’s only the case with your core circle, or
your tribe. These days, extreme book promotion is how to bring new audiences to
your work. Go extreme, get their attention, and maybe you’ll find new readers that
wouldn’t pay attention if you just put your words in front of them.
seemed a perfect time to go extreme with the book promotion. And April Fool's Day seems the only possibly appropriate day to go live with it.
But how far is too
far? Maybe this is: dressing up as a pregnant woman for our Halloween party, to
promote Womb: a novel in utero.
Several times throughout the night, I went into false labor, only little
advertising cards leaking out. Then, it happened: I gave birth to my labor of
love—the advance reading copy of Womb.
Watch the Gif at the link below. Did it, or the picture above, get
your attention? Is it a little too much? I’ll let you decide. If nothing else,
it was a fun Halloween party!
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