Introduction and Table of Contents to the Series of Blog Posts

UPDATE: The first sections of the novel are now published on the blog. To view the Table of Contents, click here. To go directly to the first chapter, click here. To read the latest novel post, click here. Subsequent sections will be blogged every other day thereafter until the complete manuscript is published.

These initial posts are a description of my efforts to create a marketing platform for my upcoming novel, Pleasing María, that will be published late 2015. I’m documenting these efforts in a series of posts so that they, if successful, may serve as a useful guide to others facing the daunting problems of getting their novels noticed amid the deluge of #BookSpam on Amazon and other publishers.

If the information in these posts is useful to you, please let me know. If you’d like to receive announcements of future blog posts, join the mailing list on the right side of this page. To contact me directly, reply to this post, or click on the CONTACT Guy ORDINARY link at the top of this page. Visit http://PleasingMaria.com to read the novel as blog posts starting November, 2015. If you know of good solutions to the problems I’m trying to solve, please contact me. Good luck with your novel!

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2 thoughts on “Introduction and Table of Contents to the Series of Blog Posts

    1. GuyOrdinary Post author

      Hi Marcus:
      Thanks for your comment and I hope you find some useful info. on my blog. As I’ve delayed publishing my novel until I get some marketing in place, I don’t know if my efforts will be successful or not. I’m trying to leverage off the experience of other authors, but I’m finding that it’s a lot of (sometimes tedious) work with an uncertain result, and I’d rather just be writing …
      Regards, Guy Ordinary (@TheGuyOrdinary)

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