Sing Your Own Praises No One Else Will

Like many writers, I am rubbish at advertising. I don’t have the confidence to sing my own praises. I constantly wonder if I am selling too much or not enough.


There isn’t any definitive rule, but the advice seems to be give eighty percent of the time and advertise for twenty.  
If you like this is my twenty percent post if you like my writing you may like to follow me on some of these other platforms.


If you are a fan of true crime I write extensive articles on the subject. I have a dedicated blog for the subject. If you subscribe to the free sign-up you will get links to my work. If you sign up for the paid service you get exclusive crime posts and a free signed copy of every book I release. This includes my latest book about Jack the Ripper.


Alternatively, if you sign up to my Patreon you get this newsletter as an extra gift.


Click here to join my Crime Blog


If you are a parent then I have a free newsletter that shares an article every week. This is for carers, parents and teachers.


Click here to join my Parenting Newsletter.

I hope you forgive me this one advertising post.  As writers don’t be afraid to show your followers where else you write.  Some will follow you there.


No one is going to find your work if you don’t sing about it.

Published by Sam H Arnold

Sam H Arnold is a writer of True Crime, Parenting and Writing Tips articles. If you have enjoyed her work you might consider donating her a coffee on Ko-Fi. Links to this and all her other work can be found on the about me page.

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