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Calling All Authors: Join the Orangeberry Summer Splash




NOTE: I'm posting this for my friend Pandora, who is hosting the Orangeberry Summer Splash.....currently she has 70+ authors, so she needs another 30 to reach her target. This is a wonderful opportunity to publicize your books at a reasonable cost. Whether you're an Indie-author or a traditionally published, why not join us for this fun event to get the word out about YOUR book?


Here's the details......if you're interested contact Pandora at: pandorapoikilos@gmail.com

As Orangeberry Book Tours reaches its 100th book tour, I will be organising a special mini book tour marathon, Orangeberry Summer Splash from 1st August to 31st August.

The goal is to get 100 authors and 100 book blogs to participate in this campaign that is set to raise awareness for all participating authors and books.

AUTHORS - This is IMPORTANT.
1. Each author who signs up will receive
- 5 blog stops (may or may not be consecutively) per book
- 1 TwitterView
- 1 Twitter Blast (#OBSummer #Books)
- 12 months FREE advertising at the Orangeberry sidebar worth $19.99 per book
- FREE listing in Books, Blogs & Smiles 3 or 4 worth $10.00 per book
- Loads of social media publicity before, during and after the event for you and your book

2. Blog hosts will choose to feature you in ONE of the following ways
- Guest Post
- Book Feature
- Book Review
- Author Interview

3. Giveaways are not compulsory but if you would like to do this, do let me know. My email is pandorapoikilos@gmail.com

4. Each blog host will receive a $5 gift as a token of appreciation and there will be a Kindle Fire giveaway so there will be a participating fee of $25 per book.

5. The purpose of this marketing campaign is to increase awareness for your book and the number of book sales or book reviews will differ from book to book.

6. This event is open to ALL authors and genres but please indicate the rating for your book accurately.


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