Joni Ankerson survived years of unimaginable abuse from the man she loved and trusted to protect her, a police officer, until she realized his escalation of violence would ultimately take her life.
“Go where you know.” This holds true in social media networking and marketing your book. Although the important arenas for connecting with the masses are Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Instagram, an author needs to go beyond the place where everyone is, and find “where you know” to connect with potential readers. Authors have a common goal, to sell books. Creating works of art with words and illustrations, and sharing this creation with their audience is why writers write, whether for recognition of their work, promoting an issue, or their chosen career in which to make a living, all good reasons to sell books. As an author, where are you spending your social media time? There are an immense amount of users on Facebook (billions!) and Twitter, LinkedIn connects you professionally, and Instagram is a gem for storytelling. While each of these networks are truly important in the big picture, authors must figure out how to break them down into smaller entities. This is where Groups, Lists and Stories become an integral part of self-marketing. Filtering out …
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UNDER A FULL MOON: The Last Lynching in Kansas tells of the tragic abduction and death of an eight-year-old girl at the hands of a repeat offender in 1932.
‘TIL DEATH DO US…’ examines Gladys, her numerous marriages, and her escalation into murder all backed up by the author’s research and personal letters from Gladys and her husbands. The great thing about true crime is you can’t make this stuff up!