Monday, 10 November 2014
If you're taking part in the NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month) challenge this month, you're super busy getting your word count up to 50K and one step closer to finishing your novel. After all the hard work you're putting in, I'm sure you'll want to shout from the roof tops when the novel is actually finished. Enter Promo Day...
Promo Day is the perfect place to let people know about your writing success, and promote your newly released/ soon to be released novel. The whole day is packed full of opportunities to promote your books and build your author brand.
You can also make connections with bloggers, publishers, editors, illustrators, and other members of the industry that can help make your dream of being a success author come true.
Following the success of the last event, Publishers will be back taking pitches during the event on Saturday 30th May 2015. Your NaNoWriMo novel could find a home!
Register now for the 2015 event by clicking "Register Now" in the navigation bar above.
Tuesday, 28 October 2014
Promo Day will be back on Saturday 30th May 2015. As always, the event will take place right here at www.PromoDay.info and will be packed full of fantastic presentations, covering a wide variety a topics, and loads of opportunities to promote, and network.
The event is completely free to attend and open to everyone. The forums, where the main action takes place, are mobile friendly so you can even participate using your mobile phone. That's right, you don't even need to be at a computer!
Registration is already open for the 2015 event. Just click on "Register Now" in the navigation bar above and sign up. If you registered for past events, there is no need to register again. Just log in using your email from before.
You can also follow Promo Day on social media using the hashtag #PD15.
If you have any suggestions to help make 2015 the best event yet, please leave a comment below. What did you like about the 2014 event? what could be improved? What would help take the event to the next level?