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LibraryThing

Page history last edited by Victor R. Volkman 11 years, 11 months ago

www.LibraryThing.com is a rich source of interactions for authors.  Here are some quick

things you can do

 

  • Every author automatically has an "author page" on LibraryThing¬≠it's generated by the system as soon as someone adds a book written by you to their library. But anyone (including you) can add information, photos, and links to that page. Spruce it up!
  • LibraryThing is also a great place for authors to connect on a personal level with their readers. If you're also a LibraryThing member, then become an official LibraryThing Author, and showcase some of your personal books for interested readers.
  • Sign up to participate in an Author Chat.
  • Use LibraryThing Local to your advantage. Add readings and upcoming talks to the "Events" section on your author page, so readers know where to find you.
  • Build a collection of "suggested readings" on your subject area.  This helps estabilsh you as an expert.  Put this collection on your website.  See article below

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