In this post, we answer the questions of what is BookTok and why should writers care that it exists. Plus, we share some interesting stories related to the phenomenon and next steps for those who are interested in trying something new.
Can a writer have an inner life and a social media presence? Award-winning author Ronit Plank discusses how social media can not only help your book's performance, but introduce you to a thriving writing community.
When faced with the difficult task of promoting his novel Catch 42: A novel about our future, writer Felix Holzapfel had a wild idea: Why not use non-fungible tokens?
Novelist D. Eric Maikranz gives advice for how to get your readers to sit up and take notice of your work in untraditional ways.
WD Editor-at-Large Jessica Strawser has tips for how to decide when a multi-author event is the best strategy for you—and how to make the most of sharing the stage in this article from the March/April 2021 issue of Writer's Digest.
Author, speaker, and executive coach Dima Ghawi teaches the basics of delivering a dynamic presentation that keeps your audience tuned in and wanting more.
Marissa DeCuir shares her three-step process for creating an author success map that helps writers identify and personalize success benchmarks for their writing careers. With reasonable expectations, writers can find more success.
Here are the top general resource websites as identified in the 22nd Annual 101 Best Websites from the May/June 2020 issue of Writer's Digest.
Sharing your work at readings is a great way to get your work in front of an audience and network with other writers. Dead Rabbits Reading Series host M.K. Rainey shares 12 tips on how to make it happen.
Although she has a lot to juggle, Eleanor's Wars author Ames Sheldon talks about the benefits of working on three books at the same time.
E.J. Wenstrom shares a few steps you can take while you're building your online author platform that can save your sanity.
A major conundrum that trips up many new writers is defining your target audience before you have any actual readers. Dana Sitar explains how to identify them.