Spend Less Time Promoting & More Time Writing!

Karin Cox

Welcome to Indie Review Tracker, the website that simplifies self-promotion for indie authors, enabling you to search for, submit to, and keep tabs on book reviewers, book bloggers, forums, and other resources to help you spend less time promoting.

Time-saving Features for Authors

You’ll benefit from:

  • searchable, up-to-date links to more than 395 useful sites, from facebook forums to review sites, to book bloggers, e-book advertisers and indie service providers to sites that promote FREE e-books. 
  • articles from a range of indie professionals that discuss the how tos and whys and wherefores of self-publishing.

Register on Indie Review TrackerAnd best of all, it’s FREE. So hang around and check out the site, bookmark it, click on REGISTER to sign up for membership and add your author site or indie service to the tracker. You might even like to advertise your novel on the site. Above all, remember to share your successes with others.

Karin Cox

How to Polish your Online Reputation in 5 Easy Steps

Have you lost their respect?  Perhaps your online image is to blame

Today, I'm pleased to welcome Kimberley Laws, who has kindly agreed to stop by to chat about polishing your online persona. Take it away, Kimberley... Does your staff snicker behind your back? Have the locals taken to pointing at you and laughing when they see you downtown? If you haven’t committed an outrageous faux pas and you don’t have a piece of toilet paper … [Continue reading...]

Divine Intervention: Author Style M. Edward McNally's Indie Prayer


Sometimes, when we're not considering sacrificing a few goats to the god of Zon or selling our souls for a 10K bump in sales rank, all of us indie authors feel the need for a little help from above, or below, or sideways, or wherever you feel a divine presence is located (pray tell!). So today, because it is Friday and because I'm shrugging off a less than enthusiastic review … [Continue reading...]

Return on Investment Where Best to Splash Your Advertising Cash


Every now and again, I reach a point of total disillusion with my book sales. In the past, this has usually resulted in a knee-jerk reaction to either raise or lower prices, to hit the relevant permitted "spam" threads of all of those sites I frequent, and to tweet up a storm, usually with negligible effect. However, since I released Cruxim, I have been trying to work to a … [Continue reading...]

Why Hitting the “Bigtime” is a Myth


A few weeks ago, an author friend of mine who has had some real success selling on Amazon (we're talking shifting tens of thousands of books in the first few months of publishing her novel) told me she felt disillusioned. Even though some of her books were selling great guns, and she really felt like she'd hit the bigtime with one of her novels, every time a new book was … [Continue reading...]

Looking back on 2012; forecasting for 2013


As 2012 is done and dusted, I thought it would be an opportune time to reflect on some of the challenges independently published authors faced in the year just past, and to make some basic predictions about how things might continue to change in 2013 and how indie authors might capitalise on opportunities that arise. Bear in mind that I first self-published via Smashwords … [Continue reading...]

Want to Be Popular? First step: visibility


We all know that if we want our books to sell, and sell well, it pays to make sure that we're somewhere in the visible range on Amazon. The problem is, that's harder than it sounds! There are over a million books on Amazon.com and even more if we count the paperbacks on Create Space, so how do we stop our books from languishing down in the 100,000s and get them up to someplace … [Continue reading...]