Story Marketing #2 - Have Fun Attracting More Readers with Story Characters - Part 1

Leah M Berry, Helping Writers Get Their Books into the World

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10 Lessons (17m)
    • 1. Story Marketing Characters Part 1 Intro

    • 2. Story Marketing Idea 1 - Do Something Related to Your Character’s Likes or Dislikes

    • 3. Story Marketing Idea 2 - Characters Get Hungry Too

    • 4. Story Marketing Idea 3 - What Do Your Characters Look Like?

    • 5. Story Marketing Idea 4 - Host a Character Costume Party

    • 6. Story Marketing Idea 5 - Reveal More Backstory

    • 7. Sidenote: If You're Under Contract

    • 8. Story Marketing Idea 6 - Ask Your Character Additional Questions

    • 9. Story Marketing Idea 7 - Talk to Your Character

    • 10. Summary and Learning Into Action Characters 1

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4 of 4 students recommend this class
Crystal K.


Great ideas for a 'novel' approach to marketing your book!!
Thank you for providing good and useful links. I appreciate that you gave multiple examples for each technique. The graphics were well chosen and made the instructions clearer. Can you provide a link to 'mind mapping'? You helped me to visualize and connect with my favorite character. Perhaps I will involve them more in my next draft. You caution about possible contract restrictions means that I will ensure my contracts include the right for me to use story marketing tools. Looking forward to your next lesson
Leah M Berry

Helping Writers Get Their Books into the World