Interview Tim Grahl be relentlessly helpful Book Marketing tips S1Ep7pt 1 Fiction Frenzy TV show

Interview Tim Grahl be relentlessly helpful Book Marketing tips S1Ep7pt 1 Fiction Frenzy TV show

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Anne-Rae Vasquez interviews Tim Grahl, founder of Out:Think Group, a company that says “from high-level strategy to nitty-gritty technical details, our work goes beyond just selling books: we empower your brand, your tribe, your career.” Tim shares his book marketing strategies that have been tested and worked for himself and his clients.

They’ve helped NYT best selling author clients get to their status such as: Hugh Howey, Author of the award-winning Molly Fyde Saga and the New York Times and USA Today bestselling WOOL series.

Fiction Frenzy TV and Digital Journal were pleased to ask Tim what really makes an author’s work stand out from the rest. Can authors sell 1000 copies of their books if they follow Tim’s advice?

Watch to find out what he says.

There are 3 parts to the interview so please make sure to catch the other parts. In part 3, our Fiction Frenzy TV authors and team share their insightful thoughts about Tim’s interview.

The interview is also published on Digital Journal at:

Please watch part 2 of this episode at . We promise that it will be very entertaining!

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Credits (also at the end of the video clip)
I’m Attractive – Young Focus – Public Domain
Desert City – Kevin MacLeod – cc attribution 3.0

Content created for Fiction Frenzy TV
Creator/Producer/Editor: Anne-Rae Vasquez
Executive Producer: AR Films
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Film & production equipment provided by:
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