I will report on the emotional highs and lows of the final pre-launch days and I hope this interaction will serve as a bit of a guide and provide encouragement to writers who are considering a self published book launch.
Montreal (PRWEB) March 11, 2013
Leading up to his March 15th book launch, Matthew Mather today announced he will be reporting about the launch process and sharing the experience daily on a new dedicated author Facebook page. Adding to the excitement, Mather has just received some six-figure publishing offers, as well as attention from foreign publishers, but once again, he is choosing to go it alone for this launch.
To share the trials and tribulations of a #1 best-selling indie-author launching a new book, Mather has created a new author Facebook page where he will report on all the mayhem hour-by-hour leading up to the launch and how sales go on the first few days.
He will also be sharing ideas and strategies with fledgling indie authors including how he does press releases along with tips and tricks that have worked well for him with his previous best seller launch, The Atopia Chronicles—and he will do this live as it happens.
“I want to share the excitement and challenges of this process with as many people as possible,” says Mather. “I will report on the emotional highs and lows of the final pre-launch days and I hope this interaction will serve as a bit of a guide and provide encouragement to writers who are considering a self published book launch.”
You can follow Mather’s launch updates and progress here: https://www.facebook.com/Author.Matthew.Mather
*About Matthew Mather
Matthew Mather is the #1 best-selling author of the six-part Atopia Chronicles series, and started his career at the McGill Center for Intelligent Machines. He founded one of the world's first tactile feedback companies, and won the $2M award for “Best New Videogame” from Telefilm in 2007. He's worked professionally in computational nanotechnology, weather prediction systems, and cyber-security. He spends his time between his work in Montreal and his family home in Charlotte, North Carolina.