2014 Author Selections
Linda Berry – Charlie’s Point of View
TJ Valor – Ghostly Attraction
Zoltan James – The Man in the Corner
Warren Hammond – Take Me to Your Leader, Jackie Smack
Angie Hodapp – Seven Seconds
Martha Husain – Crossing the Uncanny Valley
Thea Hutcheson – A Full Moon Over a Desolate Plain
Laura Kjosen – Phantom Brew
Kate Lansing – Colfax, PI
Margaret Mizushima – Hay Hook
Zach Milan – Stolen Legacy
Rebecca Rowley – Allyah
L.D. Silver – That’s Love, Baby
Emily Singer – Colfax Kitsune
B.K. Winstead – The Case of the Woman Who Sewed Her Silence
Anthology 2014 is Almost Here!
Crossing Colfax is headed off to the printer, which means we almost have a book. The time has shifted from focusing on creating the anthology to figuring out how to make it stand out among books being published this fall. This is where we need your help!
RMFW members of all stripes have long been trying to figure out the best ways to market their books. The anthology makes for a perfect test case, and that’s what we intend it to be. Give us your tried-and-true marketing activities. Give us your wild and crazy ideas that you never had the time or money to do. We’ll try as many of them as we can, and we will be totally transparent with the results. What worked, what didn’t, lessons learned. In Fall 2015, we’ll accumulate all of our activities and give you an update – and a “marketing cookbook” that you can try on your own published works.
These efforts (and the results) are only open to members of RMFW. If you have an idea you would like to submit, you can fill out the form below (hitting “submit” will prompt you to log in if you are not already). Or you can email your ideas directly to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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