Book Marketing Blog Carnival – April 27, 2011

Welcome to the April 27, 2011 edition of the book marketing blog carnival.

Our next carnival will be posted on Wed., April 27, 2011. Deadline for submissions is 5 p.m. CT on Mon., April 25, 2011. Submit your blog article to the next edition of the book marketing blog carnival using our carnival submission form.

We are also accepting articles for publication here at Check out this information on how to submit your publishing articles, then send us your best!

Marketing and Online Marketing

Dana Lynn Smith presents Use Twitter Replies the Right Way posted at The Savvy Book Marketer.

Jon Bard presents Marketing for Writers: 8 Weeks to Social Marketing Domination! posted at ewriting4kids.

Joel Friedlander presents Book Marketing: Have You Tried a Sample Interview? — The Book Designer posted at Joel Friedlander.

Terry Dean presents How to Get a Copywriting Education for Under $100 posted at Selling Books saying, “Are you ready to get an education in making money on and off the Internet…one that will last you for the rest of your life? What if it costs less than $100?”

Norman Robillard presents What Is A Blog posted at Selling Products Online.


Al Peters presents Are You Keeping The Correct Tax Records? posted at TaxFix Feed Update, saying, “This article explains the need and way to keep the correct tax records.”

Writing and Publishing

Lindsay presents Can a “Normal” Author Make a Living E-publishing? posted at The Irreverent Introvert.

Kathy Stinson presents Why did you want to be a writer? posted at Turning the Pages: Kathy Stinson’s Blog.

Jon Bard presents Don’t Ignore Logic When Writing Fiction for Children posted at Children’s Writing Web Journal.

Isabel Anders presents The full circle of author and readers | BlogHer posted at BlogHer.

Roxanne Peters presents Judging a Book By Its Cover: The Top 15 Blogs on Book Design posted at Management Degree, saying, “They say don’t judge a book by it’s cover, but sometimes it’s the cover that draws us in to further explore what a book is all about. Book design has taken off with the rise of the Internet because there’s a clear sense of what readers are looking for when they hit the bookstore in search of their next read.”

Dan Janal presents Survey Says: Which Are More Popular, Ebooks or Paperbacks? posted at Selling Books saying, “CNN did an unscientific poll Sunday of more than 200,000 people who visited their website and answered the question: Which do you prefer: E-books or paperbacks?”

Jacquitta McManus presents Talee’s World posted at Journey of a Storyteller.

That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of book marketing carnival using our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.?