ACHF Arts Access
Connect with readers via events, i.e., Books and Bars (average attendees: 40), Brownbag Lunch (average attendees: 75), and Literary Death Match (average attendees: 200). Event coordinators, librarians and booksellers are happy to share attendance numbers and feedback. Radio audiences can be determined by listeners of programs like Write On Radio, Art Hounds or Minnesota Public Radio's Daily Circuit. 2: Develop social media promotion strategies and networking skills to connect with readers and book professionals in media, libraries, and retail. Results from connections made at events like Editors Roundtable or Pub Tweet-up. Online responses via reviews, Facebook likes, print reviews, blog posts, sales, invitations to reading series, book groups, regional events and festivals.
I met with readers across several counties in Minnesota to talk about my writing and interact with those who live in areas that are represented in my work - it was good for both me and attendees - safe to say they were open and welcoming, even sometimes charmed, and, I was intrigued by them. Their reactions meant a lot to me, as they the character or the north' are what drives my work. 2: This aspect of connecting achieved all I'd hoped to and more, I had many media connections, was on radio and appeared
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