Beyond The Vale Update – 26 January 2024

Hello everyone and welcome to the last newsletter for January. The month has flown past!

Lots of reminders and some exciting new products have just been released, so here’s a run down:

  1. New products – Social Media Marketing and Audiobooks
  2. Reminder – Children’s Book Appeal for Tersia King Learning Academy
  3. Reminder – Mario Book Launch today!
  4. Reminder – Xoliswa Book Launch tomorrow

 

  1. NEW PRODUCTS

Working closely with Sugar Monkey Media, Beyond The Vale Publishing is proud to announce new products

Social Media Marketing

If you want to get 2024 off to a great start and raise the profile of your book then we have tailor made social media packages to suit you and your pocket. Drop me an email to find out more on info@beyondthevalepublishing.com.

Audio Books

Audio books are the fastest growing segment in publishing. We can help you to unlock a potential new sales channel. People can listen to audiobooks while going about their daily tasks or even sitting in traffic! Open doors to a new audience.

We now have the ability to offer you audio books using voice actors. We will convert your book into an audio file, put the file through all the post production checks to make sure the sound is amazing and can even add sound effects and music. For more information, drop me an email on info@beyondthevalepublishing.com

  1. REMINDER – Children’s books donations

A massive thank you to those authors who emailed me pledging their books and support, apologies I haven’t had the opportunity to get back to you all personally. We’re looking for more though, so if you’re an author with a children’s book and you’d like to donate your books to a school library. Drop me an email to help this great cause.

  1. Reminder – Book Launch tonight! Mario Williams – I Willed 2 Live

Tonight at 6pm, if you’re in the area drop past and learn more about an incredible story following a near death drowning.

  1. Reminder – Xoliswa Book Launch tomorrow afternoon

If you’re looking for something to do tomorrow afternoon, why not come and join Xoliswa in Bryanston and find more out about her story, from growing up in an independent Transkei, forced marriage through to a successful career in government.

 

For more information, contact us here.

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