Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Secrets to a Successful Blog Tour - Cover Reveal

 I stumbled across Donna's twitter account a while back, and for the past few months I have been reviewing an assortment of books for various blog tours that she hosts.  So far it's been great, and I look forward to continue reading and reviewing.

Donna Huber herself is coming out with a nonfiction book regarding these blog tours and today marks the day for her cover reveal!


Plan a successful blog tour while keeping your sanity.

From the publicist who introduced the world to Fifty Shades of Grey, Donna Huber is now revealing her secrets to successful blog tours. She shares tips and tricks learned through organizing over 30 tours, blasts, and promotional events for nearly 50 independently and traditionally published titles.

Secrets revealed in this quick read include,

* Planning stage decisions

* Different types of tours

* Recruiting bloggers and keeping requests organized

* Best practice communication tips

* Tricks to making a great guest appearance

* How to organize a fun (and legal) giveaway

* Actions to take during the tour

* Next steps once the tour is complete

* Virtual tour and other promotional opportunities

* When to hire a professional

In this easy to follow manual, Donna does not stop there. She spills even more of her blog tour secrets to help authors get the most out of their events by providing,

* Tour checklist

* Tour invite tips

* Step-by-step guide to creating tour graphics

* 10 broad guest post topics

* 25 sample interview questions

“I highly recommend this book for authors about to release their first – or their fiftieth! – book”

~Alison Deluca, author of the Crown Phoenix series


Donna Huber is an avid reader and natural encourager. She is the blogger behind Girl Who Reads where, in addition to book reviews and author appearances, she writes the popular blogging advice series, Tips on Thursday. She has worked as a freelance publicist since 2010 assisting publishers and authors with their marketing and publicity needs. Most notably, she was the publicist for The Writer’s Coffee Shop Publishing House edition of Fifty Shades of Grey and Fifty Shades Darker by E. L. James.

When she is not doling out blogging advice or promoting the next bestseller, she can be found spending time with family (particularly the four legged, furry members), rewatching Downton Abbey and Harry Potter, or trying to make a dent in her never ending to-be-read pile.

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