An analyst for an advanced technology corporation, she is also a nationally acclaimed writing instructor and enjoys competitive small-bore rifle silhouette shooting.
Robin makes her home in the American Southwest and loves to hear from readers. [94 words] : (Added by Dave here) I probably don’t have to tell you but I’m pretty much a techy goof ball.
(It’s a given that you need a stellar front cover, an attention-grabbing book title, and a sophisticated keyword strategy.
But those are the elements that get users to your book page in the first place – not what keeps them there.) The author bio is where you establish yourself as the kind of person who ought to be read by your target market.
Visit her at ” [60 words] : “Ryan Cleckner served as a special operations sniper team leader with the U. Ryan is currently a firearms industry professional and an attorney.” [83 words] : Who is Wimpy Fart?
Wimpy Fart loves Minecraft and writes awesome Minecraft books for YOU because you are the best Minecraft fans in the world.
The advice in this post is aimed at your bio on your individual book pages (although much of it will still be relevant to your main “Author Page”). If your book is a contemporary romance novel with a middle-aged female protagonist, the personality and content of your author bio will be markedly different from if you’re writing about tax-deduction strategies for real estate investors.
: “Chungah Rhee is the founder, recipe developer, and photographer of Damn Delicious.
I’m assuming you’re not Grisham, or Godin, or Ferriss, or Fleming (that last one would be particularly difficult to achieve) – which means very few people other than your mom will buy the book purely because you’re the author.
Unless you’re a household name, the author bio matters!