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Or why not Do-It-Yourself?

Becoming the perfect self-promoter has never been easier and getting quality media coverage is simple when you know how. If you would prefer to design and manage your own campaign, just follow my original seven-step HAPPIER approach

  • H is for HITLIST
  • A is for ANGLES
  • P is for PLAN
  • P is for PITCH
  • I is for INVESTIGATE
  • E is for ENGAGE
  • R is for REPORT

Find out more about becoming a HAPPIER author by buying my book, The DIY Book PR Guide. It’s everything you need to know about creating your own quality campaigns and securing thousands of dollars of coverage.

But don’t take my word for it.

 

Here’s what the world is saying about the book:

“As an author about to launch a printed book into a new market, I have received immediate value from this book. Although it has a focus on the author’s home Australian market, the recommendations and general principles will be valuable to any author who is considering a DIY marketing of their literary masterpiece. The book is well laid out and easy to follow. In addition to guidance for a book launch campaign; there are strategies to keep a book in the public eye over an extended period.” – Stephen Parr, Amazon.com

“If you want to get an idea of what’s involved in traditional publicity for a book, then you’ll be blown away by what’s involved. Emma takes you through each step and demystifies the process.” – Josh Langley

“I am extremely pleased with this book. I have learned much about giving an interview and social media. Thank you.” – Suzie Spizzirro, Goodreads.com

“A fantastic read! It’s a great A to Z of how to organize your own publicity if you’re launching a new book or product. While it has some focus on navigating the Australian media scene, I think it’s an incredibly useful guide for any author/creator operating in any market around the world. Awesome stuff!” –  Stavros Yiannoukas, Amazon.com

“Awesome book for anyone wanting to know how to publicise their own book. Emma Noble knows her stuff, that’s for sure. And she shares all her tips in an easy to read and accessible way. If you’re trying to get your book out there, this is the book you need to read first.” – Tess Robinson, Goodreads.com

“As an amateur author who dreams of getting my book out their one day this was fantastic to win. Some incredibly helpful tips and a lot of common sense. It’s very easy to read and I would recommend it to anyone who wants to make their book stand out from all the millions of others out there.” – Scott Cowley, Goodreads.com

Interviews

With Evana Ho for the ACT Writers Centre magazine, ACTWrite.

With Books + Publishing.

With the NSW Writers’ Centre.

With Sophie Masson on firebirdfeathers.com.

With Bonnie Serov on banafshehserov.com.