“I assume the body is a corpse.”: The Untold Read-Along Part One

Posted by on Oct 4, 2016 in Books, Series | No Comments

Welcome to The Untold Tale read-along! The Untold Tale by J.M. Frey is the first book in the Accidental Turn series, the second book of which, The Forgotten Tale, will be released on December 6th. To prep for book two, we’re sharing a ten-part series that will be part recap, part review, and part discussion […]

Marketing Monday | Bi, Buy, Bye

Posted by on Sep 26, 2016 in Marketing, Social Media | No Comments

Last week was Bi Week. It’s a time to raise bisexual awareness and impulsively buy books with bi protagonist. (That bit was just me? Worth it!) Anyways, if you were on twitter you might have seen some recent book events and they got me thinking. When we write a book the goal is to finish […]

Twofer #PressReleaseThursday: Historical Romance and Contemporary Time Travel!

Posted by on Jun 23, 2016 in Books, Press Release | No Comments

Since it’s been awhile since you’ve heard from us about new books and new authors, on this #PressReleaseThursday, we have two lovely authors and their lovely stories to present to you! New South Wales by Katie Hamstead Katie isn’t new to REUTS–her duology of Deceptive Cadence and Diverging Cadence were both released last year, and have been described […]

The Good, The Bad, And The Publicity

Posted by on Jun 20, 2016 in Marketing | No Comments

“All publicity is good publicity.” I’m sure you’ve heard this. I feel like it’s a saying that’s completely saturated in American culture. And in some ways, this is true. Reviews are so important in the indie world because it’s a form of word of mouth. In other posts, I pointed out my own buying habits […]

Marketing Monday: Are You Re(market)able?

Posted by on May 30, 2016 in Marketing | No Comments

  Your marketing plans need to cause a reaction. If you are an author the desired goal is likely for someone to read your book. This topic was inspired by a reader request for a resource guide, and before this riveting read becomes too repetitive with it’s r’s let’s tackle the topic. The first question […]

Marketing Monday | Be The Meme

Posted by on May 23, 2016 in Marketing | No Comments

Last week, we talked about targeted marketing, this week let’s discuss if you are just making noise or actually hitting your mark. I said before that Tumblr is very anti-ad, and that resistance allows us to study why some ads aren’t cutting it. “The youth” is really aware of when you are trying to pander. […]

Marketing Monday – Know thyself, Market thyself

Posted by on May 16, 2016 in Marketing | No Comments

I’m back with a freshly brewed cup of Marketing Monday! Today, I want to talk about something that will help writers at all stages. When I started seriously writing I wondered why it seemed like no one was taking me as seriously as I was. Then I stopped and looked at my own buying and […]

Marketing Monday: 3 Rules for talking to book bloggers

Posted by on May 9, 2016 in Marketing | No Comments

Hello, if you don’t know me, my name is Tiffany Rose. I’ve been with REUTS for a long while now, and mostly have been in the background, (because that’s where the best coffee is) but I’m excited to take over Marketing Monday. So, get that coffee brewing because we are going to talk blogs! The […]

REUTS signs Laurel Amberdine’s debut YA Fantasy Novel: LUMINATOR

Posted by on Apr 7, 2016 in Authors, Books, Press Release, REUTS | No Comments
REUTS signs Laurel Amberdine’s debut YA Fantasy Novel: LUMINATOR

In order for the light to shine so brightly, the darkness must be present. {Francis Bacon} Light versus dark is a common contradiction, with light being seen as good, and darkness bad. But what happens when the opposite is true, and light becomes deadly? That’s what happens in Laurel Amberdine’s (represented by Eric Smith at […]

Meet the Staff: Marketing Director, Cait Spivey

Posted by on Mar 30, 2016 in Marketing, REUTS | No Comments

The Rules of the Game: Introduce yourself, providing a little background on your role at REUTS and any other important tidbits. Hello, REUTies! Cait Spivey here. Many of you know me already as an editor for REUTS, and later, an author. I’m very excited now to be taking over the marketing department. When I first started authoring, […]