A tough question with a more complicated answer. When it comes to book marketing for first-time authors,
don't try to do it all.
Focus on building a newsletter, try the basics before you get into the complicated. Things like good keywords, categories, a great blurb, etc.
I only provide services in things I'm well-versed in, and I try to do so at the lowest possible price. Below is a list of said services, their pricing and how they can benefit you. All pricing is in USD.
This works best if I've done some kind of edits on your novel, but can work with novels I haven't worked on, as well. Based on my knowledge of your book, you'll get:
“Finishing my first novel was exhilarating. Figuring out what to do next? Perplexing. Maybe a little terrifying. There is no roadmap for first-time novelists—at least not one that is particularly easy to follow. I came across Alexa and Luna Imprints Author Services when I was researching possible editing avenues and knew in my bones that she was the editor for me. Alexa is friendly and approachable, incredibly professional and organized, and, by the end of our time working together, she knew my story better than I did. Alexa took all of my rookie-writer oversights and smoothed them out. Her constructive feedback was peppered with lots of praise and many compliments for my characters and plot, and I finished our time working together feeling exhilarated again. Alexa is insightful and experienced, and it is clear that she invests a great deal of time and effort in her writers. Without question, Alexa will be my go-to for any editing services I need in the future.”
Author of That Weekend We Were Millionaires
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