Becky I give you credit for wanting to save money, but will you in the end when you home hasn't sold and you've spent money advertising it and promoting it to what a hand full of buyers who at the moment are non - existent!
Yes I'm a Realtor.
Well what I suggest is making sure you have all maintenance of the home up to date, anything that needs repair, fix it now. Clean, paint, and organize every room. Anything that you are not going to need, pack it away now. Remove most, if not all pictures and especially any religious items from walls. Take a hard look at the curb appeal and do what you can without spending a lot of money. Put flowers by the front door. Ask the best price in the neighborhood, have the house be in the best condition in the neighborhood and you might get lucky.
But I do want to prepare you for what will happen, and that is low ball offers. Because you aren't using a Realtor buyers assume you're cheap and they will want the full 7% off the price you're asking, plus closing costs. I've been doing this for 20 years, and it happens everytime. Now if you can take that kind of insult and rejection, move forward with your FSBO idea.
Best of luck from Minnesota!