In Part 1 of this series I started with some concerns I am facing with author brands.
In Part 2, I discuss branding without genre, and some elements towards a personal brand.
In this final part, I attempt to suggest what this all means (to me) and provide all the reference links used in these posts. I’ll be rounding up what I think is an author brand, and how this pertains to my own exploration across genres.
Continue reading “Ditching or Mixing My Author Brand– Part 3”
In Part One of this small series on author branding I discussed my Concerns in Author Branding (specifically to genre). In this second part, I will discuss how to potentially brand without genre.
But first, I had to go back and remind myself of what author branding is. I include several post links, discussing the subject, and several examples as I continue to explore author branding.
Continue reading “Ditching or Mixing Author Brand– Part 2 [Updated]”
As an as-yet unpublished writer, my main time and concerns in writing lean towards actual writing, revision, and getting my books (products) ready. That’s as it should be.
There’s always the big thoughts about author platform and branding circling my campfires. These have come to my mind this week again, because I’m currently rejigging my goals and plans for the rest of the year. Goals and plans need rejigging often, but it brings up the question towards branding again.
Part One – My Concerns in Author Branding (specifically to genre).
Continue reading “Ditching or Mixing my Author Brand– Part 1”