Email this sample to a friend

Follow me on Twitter: http://twitter.com/[insert your twitter address]

Friend me on Facebook: http://facebook.com/[insert your facebook address]

Subscribe to my blog: http://

Favorite me at Smashwords: http:// [link to your author page] (to find the address for your author page, simply click on My Smashwords [that’s it!])


* Remember to make the hyperlinks “live” by highlighting the text you want to hyperlink, right-mouse click on the text, then insert the http:// hyperlink. Direct hyperlinks make it easy for your readers to connect.



Next, consider providing a few sample chapters of another one of your books. This is an especially powerful marketing technique if you write series fiction. Provide the reader the first few chapters of the next book in the series and get them hooked now!


If you take advantage of back matter, remember to create a Table of Contents up in your front matter, immediately preceding the start of your book, and link each of the elements with your Linked ToC. So, for example, as I showed you up in Step 20a, if you wrote a novel, your linked ToC at the beginning of your book might look like this:


Table of Contents

Prologue

About Jane Smith

Other books by Jane Smith

Connect with Jane Smith


If you’re publishing a collection of short stories, or a boxed set of multiple full-length novels, the ToC might look like this:

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