R. Frederick Riddle, author of Dead Eye Will, plans a researched based promotion on Social Media

Author R. Frederick Riddle to use campaign called 'Did You Know?' for book promotion. Campaign will highlight historical research supporting much of the content found in Dead Eye Will.
By: R Frederick Riddle
 
DETROIT - Oct. 5, 2013 - PRLog -- Author R. Frederick Riddle has a new novel, Dead Eye Will (see https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/361748), due to be published on November 22, 2013. To promote this book he has developed a unique approach he calls Did You Know?

"Modern history books tend to gloss over basic facts concerning our nation. 'Did You Know?' will, hopefully, highlight facts that many people, especially the younger generation, may not know. 'Did You Know?' has the potential to become a regular feature extending far beyond simple book promotion."

The new feature is scheduled to start October 7th with a twice weekly appearance. Currently, plans are in place to use this feature on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn. Right now it only applies to the War of 1812 and the years leading up to 1836. Mr. Riddle is considering expanding to other portions of American history, including the discovery and settlement of America.

Mr. Riddle is also debating whether to include this feature in his weekly blog talk radio show, the R. Frederick Riddle Show(

Author R. Frederick Riddle has a new novel, Dead Eye Will (see https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/361748), due to be published on November 22, 2013. To promote this book he has developed a unique approach he calls Did You Know?

"Modern history books tend to gloss over basic facts concerning our nation. 'Did You Know?' will, hopefully, highlight facts that many people, especially the younger generation, may not know. 'Did You Know?' has the potential to become a regular feature extending far beyond simple book promotion."

The new feature is scheduled to start October 7th with a twice weekly appearance. Currently, plans are in place to use this feature on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn. Right now it only applies to the War of 1812 and the years leading up to 1836. Mr. Riddle is considering expanding to other portions of American history, including the discovery and settlement of America.

Mr. Riddle is also debating whether to include this feature in his weekly blog talk radio show, the R. Frederick Riddle Show (http://www.blogtalkradio.com/riddletalkradio). With the show already changing its emphasis from news to a Christian Viewpoint show, this could be an important feature.
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