Book Signing Lessons Learned

This post is for traditional book signing lessons learned where you can read and share experiences of your in-store or public signings. Reading these experiences can help you when you are holding your own book signing and can give you ideas that you may not have thought of yet. Your experiences can also help other writers, so don’t hold anything back.

Let everyone know how your book signing plays out, things that worked better than others, and things that didn’t work out so well. If you have a great place you purchase your advertising materials, let us know. Also, places you hold your book signing will help because not everyone holds a book signing in Barnes and Nobel.

Getting the word out to everyone is the key to success for all writers. We are all in competition, but we all have unique products that no one else has so it won’t interfere with your sales. Don’t be afraid to share your methods of success since it will not give anyone an unfair advantage over you.


Book Signing Lessons Learned

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  1. Lisa, This is amazing! Thanks for being authentic, even in, uh the opposite of success. As a first time author, I dread the dead book signing. Great stuff for me to chew on. Thanks.

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