Sunday, November 27, 2022

Top 24 Book Marketing Blogs Of The Year



With over 3.2 million page views, I am proud to say that my award-winning book publishing blog is not only being read by many in the book industry, but it is helping authors and publishers to get a better, more informed handle on how to market books -- and to understand the critical role that publicity plays in a book’s success. Below are the best two dozen posts of the past year from Brian Feinblum’s BookMarketingBuzzBlog.  

With over 30 years of experience as a book marketer, editor, promoter, and writer, I am delighted to continue to assist others to navigate through the world of books and media.  I have helped thousands of authors, including those who are indie-published, self-published, university press published, and traditional, best-selling authors. I hope you find the informative posts below to be enjoyable. They are relevant to authors of all genres, from fiction to non-fiction, and from poetry to children’s books.  

Please feel free to share them with others. Should you need one-on-one help with your book publishing and marketing needs, please don’t hesitate to reach out directly to me at   

May today be your next step towards fulfilling your book publishing and marketing dreams.   

1.      New Year’s Resolutions For Writers & Book Lovers

Make some promises for the new year and commit to succeeding as a writer.


2.      Interview With A Leading Book Marketer For Over 30 Years, Brian Feinblum

Listen and learn from an interview with a top book publicist.


3.      Ask This Powerhouse PR Pro Anything About Book Marketing

It is easy, free, and fast: Ask any question from a veteran of book marketing wars.


4.      A Lifetime Marketing Timeline For Today’s Author

Know what you need to do today, this month, next year, and always.


5.      Are There Alternative Methods To Market Your Book?

Find out what could and should be done to promote your book without missing na opportunity.


6.      25 Messages That Sell Lots Of Books

What to say in order for someone to buy your book.


7.      How Do Authors Get More Book Reviews?

The book review process is demystified.


8.      Do’s, Don’ts, and Maybes For Authors Marketing Books

What all authors need to know and do when it comes to promoting books.


9.      What Should You Do To Promote Your Book?

Here’s a list of possibilities and probabilities of how to promote your book.


10.  The Truth That Authors Need to Hear

What every writer needs to understand when it comes to their book’s fate.


11.  Book Publishing Expose For Authors From An Insider

After three decades in the book industry, a few secrets are revealed.


12.  Would A Book That Reveals A Cancer Cure Sell?

No book just sells on its own, no matter how great, interesting, or important.

13.  Interesting Literary Factoids For Writers & Readers

      Cool factoids about the literary world.


14.  Advice For Authors Who Say Nothing Works

I am talking to you: If you whine and complain about book PR, read this!


15.  Author Costs & Rewards

Learn the price of doing things – and of not doing them – when it comes to publishing and promoting a book.


16.  Do Literary Agents & Authors Need Couples Therapy?

            Shotgun wedding? How authors and agents need to collaborate better.


17.  Why Bad Books Outsell Yours

Less talented writers, with dumber or duller books, sell more copies than your do.  Why?


18.  Can You Sell 5,000 Books?

What will you commit to doing to ensure a steady flow of  more book sales


19.  Do Most Authors Play Book Review Games?

Pay-to-Play, handshake deals, and trades will get you reviews. Will you play along?


20.  Your Book Marketing Stinks: Here’s A Fix

There’s no reason to live with mediocre or poor marketing. Follow me!


21.  How Do You Get Your Book Discovered?

Your book doesn’t exist – unless you make the effort to alert people to it.


22.  How Do Authors Spend Their Time?

Time management skills for all writers to obey.


23.  Blogging 101 For Authors

Everything you needed and wanted to know about blogging effectively to sell books.


24.  Cheap Promotions For Authors

Low-budget tricks of the trade for authors needing a boost.


Please Contact Me For Book PR Help

Brian Feinblum, the founder of this award-winning blog, can be reached at He is available to help authors promote their story, sell their book, and grow their brand. He has over 30 years of experience in successfully helping thousands of authors in all genres.


About Brian Feinblum

Brian Feinblum should be followed on Twitter @theprexpert. This is copyrighted by BookMarketingBuzzBlog ©2022. Born and raised in Brooklyn, he now resides in Westchester with his wife, two kids, and Ferris, a black lab rescue dog. His writings are often featured in The Writer and IBPA’s The Independent.  This award-winning blog has generated over 3.2 million pageviews. With 4,400+ posts over the past decade, it was named one of the best book marketing blogs by BookBaby and recognized by Feedspot in 2021 and 2018 as one of the top book marketing blogs. It was also named by as a "best resource.” For the past three decades, including 21 years as the head of marketing for the nation’s largest book publicity firm, and two jobs at two independent presses, Brian has worked with many first-time, self-published, authors of all genres, right along with best-selling authors and celebrities such as: Dr. Ruth, Mark Victor Hansen, Joseph Finder, Katherine Spurway, Neil Rackham, Harvey Mackay, Ken Blanchard, Stephen Covey, Warren Adler, Cindy Adams, Susan RoAne, Jeff Foxworthy, Seth Godin, and Henry Winkler. He recently hosted a panel on book publicity for Book Expo America, and has spoken at ASJA, IBPA, Sarah Lawrence College, Nonfiction Writers Association, Cape Cod Writers Association, Willamette (Portland) Writers Association, and Connecticut Authors and Publishers Association. His letters-to-the-editor have been published in The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, New York Post, NY Daily News, NewsdayThe Journal News (Westchester) and The Washington Post. He has been featured in The Sun Sentinel and Miami Herald. For more information, please consult:

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