Host a Twitter Book Party for $25

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Host a Twitter Book Party

Twitter is the most effective way to get readers attention today. Considered more of texting, have the opportunity to have readers exposed to your novel through a Twitter Book Party. AAMBC’s twitter account currently gains over 500 new followers per week, many who love to read. The party will consists of a short Q&A session on the book, and short teasers to interest the reader. The tweets will go out on a scheduled not to anticipate the party. A HashTag such as #AndrewsBookParty will be created and reposted on our Twitter and FaceBook promoting the upcoming party a week before the event.

It’s pretty simple book yours today and get more exposure!




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34 responses to “Host a Twitter Book Party for $25

  1. Pamela J Hayes

    Very interested to book party great idea

  2. I would love to participate!

  3. This does sound like a great idea. I will definitely check it out when I’m on my laptop, compared to viewing it from my mobile phone.

  4. Can I host a book party for a nonfiction book?

  5. I would love to host a twitter book party can you provide me with more information. Thank you

  6. Jiani

    Interesting I must say.

  7. looking for a book publisher to publish my book behold greetings from Satan the Devil

  8. How do we proceed? I would like to host a Twitter party for Success Strategies for Black People.

    What do I need to do next?

  9. I’d like more information please.

  10. Greetings,
    How creative……I am Loving It. I would like to get more information on “Hosting a Twitter Book Party” for our clients. Thank you in advance for your response. ~Enjoy!

  11. Hello, I would like to host a twitter party for my novel. Please send me more information. Thanks.

  12. Very Interested! Great Time to do this for me, let me know what steps to take next and let’s get this party started!

  13. Pamela Hayes

    I would like to do the twitter book party

  14. I would like yo host a party for #BehindClosedDoors….pls provide me with additional information

  15. I. Want to host a twitter party. Please contact me to
    Tell me how to get started.

  16. Sounds good…I may give it a shot

  17. Tenisha Jackson

    I would like to host a twitter party for my newly released novel. Immaculate Deception.

  18. Good morning! How are you doing today? I would like to set-up a Tweet party for my new urban novel “The Book of Lies, Mistrust, and Mistakes”

    Thanks in advance,

    Author Andrew J Rainey

  19. ooh, sounds good! I’d like to host a twitter party for my novel Wind Follower. How do we contact you?

  20. I would love more info please! DM me @authorquiana ….can one be setup if your book is a new release? My book just hit amazon this week

  21. I’d like more information too please!!

  22. I would love to get more information about this and how I can sign up….I am the Author of “Devil in a Red Dress”…….
    Thanks In Advance!

  23. I want a twitter book party … please contact me

  24. I would like more info, please.

  25. Excellent idea. Can you provide me with more information please? Thanks.

  26. I would like more information on the Twitter Book Party and any other marketing ideas that you may have for books. My genre is children ages 8 & up

  27. Author Tahisha Askeq

    I am very interest. Need more info

  28. Todney Harris

    What do I need to do to schedule it!

  29. I would love to set up a Twitter Book Party. Thanks!

  30. Please contact as I would like more information. Thanks

  31. I would like to host a Twitter Book Part.

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