Are you trying to promote your books but don’t feel the word is getting out about your work? I’m certainly trying to market and do all the things I should but I don’t know if I’m reaching my audience. I’d really like to reach readers of erotic historical romance. I’m not sure Yahoo groups have any impact on my sales. I’ve done a few guest posts here and there…haven’t seen a noticeable increase. Triberr? Aside from being just a little confused, I can’t seem to get invited to join a tribe and I’m not ready to take on the responsibility of being the owner of one yet. Also, I’m not sure if I want to retweet every single item that I find in my stream, (that’s the correct term, isn’t it Triberrs?). I’ve heard great things about Triberr but feel I may lose my individual Twitter personality;-) (Okay, my tweets are probably not all that exciting or interesting, but still…) This is not to say that I won’t ever join Triberr…However, I do want to let people who are interested in the genre I write know about my work.
So. Where am I going with this? I’d like to invite writers of erotic historical romance (and historical romance, if you’re comfortable with erotic romance) to leave a tweet about your work in the comments section. The idea is that we will disseminate each other’s tweets via Twitter. Erotic romance writers of any sub-genre are also welcome to leave a tweet – the key word here is romance. This is an experiment that I’ll try for a few weeks. If it works out, we’ll make it a permanent Thursday RT retreat. We can then compare results after a reasonable length of time.
What do you think? Want to give it a try? If so, leave up to two tweets (you know the rules – 140 characters or less) in the comments exactly as you’d like them to appear. You tweet mine, I’ll tweet yours, and we’ll all retweet each other…Shall we use the hashtag #ehra ? I’ll start:-) (See comments.)