Authors and publisher, did you know that if the AP team reviewed your book over the past ten years, those reviews are still alive and well on this blog? If this is the case, share like crazy!
These reviews of your adult, teen, and children’s books are known as “evergreen” posts which means they are never unpublished and can be used as social proof in your book marketing campaigns.
If you have a book that you think the AP Team might be interested in (children’s, teen, adult non-fiction only) send an email to Becky (at) Audrey Press (all one word) dot com.
Did you know that Guest Posts are also a marketing tool?
If we’ve reviewed your book in the past, and you have new work/books/projects that are book writing, entrepreneurial, or self-help, please let us know! Not only can we review your book, but we’d also love to have you share your author journey as a guest post on the AP blog.
Even if we’ve never worked with you, we are always interested in guest posts from authors, publishers, and entrepreneurs.
Being a guest contributor helps to align you as a knowledgeable and creditable expert in your field, and it also gets fresh eyeballs on your work. Guest contributors will get to display a photo, short bio, and active link to their site at the end of the blog post they write, exposing your information to new readers.
If you have a guest post that you think the AP Team might be interested in (children’s, teen, adult non-fiction only) send an email to Becky (at) Audrey Press (all one word) dot com.
Over the last 10+ years, Audrey Press has worked to build a vibrant social media presence on Facebook and Instagram, so please follow and Like!
View The AP Guest Post Guidelines HERE.