Open Book Blog Hop 1st February 2016   1 comment

Stevie Turner

This week on the Open Book Blog Hop I asked fellow author and blog hopper P.J Fiala seven questions.  Here are her most interesting answers.  You can check out P.J Fiala’s awesome new website at   http://www.pjfiala.com/ and find out more about her and her books on her Amazon author page at http://www.amazon.com/PJ-Fiala/e/B00IL8OA04/

1.  Which marketing technique do you favour for your books?

This whole marketing game is tricky. When I first published, I found a couple of groups that were focused on social media and marketing.  I learned quite a bit in those groups.  But, I also branched out. I didn’t want to limit myself with only certain things and the one thing many people will tell you, is that you need to find what works for you and your books.  I’d love to tell you that I’ve found that, but I’m not sure I have.  What I have found is…

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Posted February 1, 2016 by aurorawatcherak in Uncategorized

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  1. Thank you for the wonderful information about yourself

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