Featuring backlist titles

Somebody told me I need to push my backlist titles more.

I’m lousy at promo crap and hate it, unless it’s something like my blog or twitter and I can just tell myself I’m talking.

But she was right.

So I’m going to start putting up random backlist titles on my blog’s sidebar.

Some of you who’ve read a lot of my backlist?  What titles do you suggest?  I’m starting with my first ebook, Her Best Friend’s Lover, because it just makes sense.

12 Replies to “Featuring backlist titles”

  1. Yes. Yes. Yes. This will help me out a great deal since I’m finally able to read again.

    Robin T.

  2. I am very excited about this Shiloh. I came late in the game of reading your books, so I would love to find out your BL.

    Peace and love,
    Paula R.

  3. Beautiful Girl
    For The Love of Jazz
    Always Yours
    No Longer Mine
    Playing for Keeps – need Kleenex as opposed to just the chest aching of the other ones.

    I have everything on the Contemporary/Suspense list and some Hunter books.

    You can’t go wrong with any of them.

  4. I agree with Missy i like ur Her Wildest Dreams and then one of my other favs. is One of the Guys.

  5. I would make sure they were all there! Personally my most recent fav was Broken. But here’s something you might want to consider make a few amazon widgets (have to be an affiliate to do it) and group them by series. It will get all of your titles in your sidebar without having to add them all individually.

    They are easy to update and when you change them on Amazon they automatically update on your site. I would also make sure that at the top of where your books are listed, I would make sure and point out your books that are on sale. I know a lot of readers will try out a new author or pick up a book they thought about buying previously when it goes on sale but may not necessarily know it. On sale= A sale.

    Even though it’s through Amazon and I know how some authors either don’t like Amazon or don’t like to promote one retailer over another but my take is you’ve got to go where you readers buy books and leave everything else by the wayside…it’s business not personal.Love em or hate them, they sell a lot of books

  6. Guilty Needs is one of my favorites.

    I have also found the redesign of the individual pages for each book, adding blurbs to all of them, to be really helpful.

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