Dear Author,

So you've written a book. Congratulations! Join the club. Get in line. The restrooms are in the back.

Today there are thousands upon thousands of self-published authors. Most of them are invisible. Nobody knows about them or their books. The sad truth is that writing a book is the easy part. Getting it out there, getting it seen, that's the hard part. But you've probably figured that out on your own already. You're a smart cookie.

So now you're trying to figure out how to promote your book and get the best bang for your buck. You've come to the right place.

Self-publishing a book sounds like a great idea, until you realize that you're not the first one to have that idea. There are thousands upon thousands of self-published authors, all struggling to get noticed. Most of them never find an audience for their books. 

The struggle is real. This is David vs Goliath. The big book publishing houses have million dollar advertising budgets. Self-published authors don't. That's why their books get big press and ours don't. We have no chance against them unless we work together. If we all help promote each other, our voices will be heard and our books will be seen. United we stand, divided we fall. (Where have I heard that before?)

Dear Author,

Why isn't your self-published book listed on Bookmaester yet? Are you trying to be invisible? Do you owe bad people some money? Don't worry, Bookmaester is free. (And it works. Yayy!)

Aren't you tired of posting your book link on Facebook groups overrun by thousands of other authors, all blindly posting their own links on top of yours, without even looking at yours? Within minutes, so many other books have been posted after yours that yours gets pushed down, out of sight, and nobody ever even noticed your book. Posting links in these spammy, overcrowded Facebook groups might be a great way to waste a few hours on a boring Sunday afternoon, but it's not a good way to get your book noticed.

There's a better way. Post your book where it gets seen...

OSense O-Sense