Vicky and Joe are BAAAAAACK baby, and as is standard they’ve made a half-arsed effort for Halloween. Sorry about that. But there is a brand new feature: Vicky is doing a masters degree in creative writing, so stand by for regular creative nonfiction writing tips. In the main feature, though, the intrepid duo revisit email marketing—specifically for authors. Tune in to find out why you need an email list, plus a bunch of useful stuff like how often do you email? What do you write about? Who even cares?
- [4:00] Casa dingle and chicken update!
- [5:15] Vicky is going back to school and she’s specializing in creative nonfiction.
- [6:30] How do you get started in nonfiction?
- [10:35] Play with the pronouns in your writing work. See how it feels. Does it still make sense
- [10:55] Vicky answers a listener’s question! What are Vicky’s tips on email marketing?
- [13:20] Don’t base all of your marketing on a platform you don’t control.
- [15:50] What should you write about in your emails?
- [18:00] Vicky has a freebie out right now! Join her 29 day writing challenge.
- [19:40] Have a question? Email Vicky! She loves hearing from you! Mentioned in This Episode:
Email Vicky: Vicky@vickyfraser.com
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Vicky Fraser is the founder of Moxie Books and author of How The Hell Do You Write A Book and Business For Superheroes. She helps business owners write life-changing books, connect with readers and new customers, and grow their businesses. When she’s not doing that, she’s hanging from a trapeze by her feet.