IndieReader.com

As a formerly self-published author, I can’t help but keep my eyes and ears open for great, new tools for the guerrilla marketing writer. Here’s a new and exciting website being launched soon to help self-published authors gain better visibility.

www.IndieReader.com aims to give self-published/POD (aka Indie) books an interactive and buzz-worthy platform, a place where they’re not treated like second-class citizens because they’re self-published. Authors at IndieReader will get increased visibility (the site’s founder has 20+ years in PR), a sales venue, and a website page with their own URL.

“Just as Sundance has done for Indie films, IndieReader.com’s mission is to promote and legitimize independent books and authors,” says founder Amy Holman Edelman.

The site is slated to go live on June 1st.

So, if you’re a self-published author, get on Facebook and GoodReads, check out AuthorZoom.com, and see if IndieReader.com can help readers find your book.

Further info and a look at the Home and Author pages can be found at www.indiereader.com.



2 comments

  1. Lisa Genova,

    Thank you for writing the
    book ‘Still Alice’.
    I picked it up at the hospital gift shop to read at my husbands bed side while recovering from surgery.

    My Mother has been on the
    long journey of Alzheimer’s
    for at least 13 years. She
    is now 90 years old; knows
    nothing but still walks until she is exhausted daily.

    As I grasp each page I used
    many of the kleenex’s to
    wipe the tears so I could
    continue reading.

    Thank you for having Alice
    as an accomplished Woman.
    Many people think that if you excersise your brain,
    your body and eat healthy
    you will not have to deal
    with this desease. “WRONG!”

    I wished I could share with
    you more for I have 13 years of observance to share.

    Thanks Again Lisa Genova.

    DiAnn Schutt