Baked-In Book Marketing: How to Design Your Novel So You Attract the Right Readers & Sell More Books (Without Worrying About Social Media or Paid Ads)

A talk by H. R. D’Costa
Story Structure + Stakes Expert,

Register to watch this content

By submitting you agree to the Terms & Privacy Policy
Watch this content now

Categories covered by this talk

About this talk

Hey there, fellow scribe!

I know you want to reach more readers and sell more books.

And you know that 2 huge book-marketing methods (social media and paid advertising) could help you accomplish these objectives.


They can be—take your pick—a time sink, energy drain, or a money pit.

Frankly, you’d much rather be writing than marketing.

Good news: there is another way to connect with readers besides social media and paid ads.

Better news: it relies on your craft skills!

It’s called baked-in book marketing.

Essentially, through it, you make thoughtful, strategic decisions about your storytelling ingredients as well as the techniques you’ll employ to whip up your story “batter.”

Ultimately, these decisions turn your book into its own sales machine…

…where it’s not only easier to make the initial sale but also easier to sustain sales.

Sound good to you? Great – can’t wait to see you at this presentation!

H. R. D’Costa

Story Structure + Stakes Expert from

Special Offer:

Have you got yours yet?

Our All-Access Passes are a must if you want to get the most out of this event.

Check them out

Ultimate Story Structure Worksheet

A free 18-page worksheet* designed to help you plot your next novel like a boss. Since it’s been downloaded over 37,000 times by writers from around the world, you know it’ll be worth your time. * It should probably be called a workbook, but worksheet sounded better, LOL.

Please note, you need to register as an attendee before you can access this freebie.

H. R. D’Costa

Author of Sizzling Story Outlines (Voted #1 Plotting Tool)

Sponsor this Event

Your logo could go here!

If you'd like to get your brand in front of attendees contact us.