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How Introverted Authors Can Network Effectively – Miles Oliver | Guest Post

How Introverted Authors Can Network Effectively – Miles Oliver | Guest Post

Networking as an introvert can be challenging. Even if you don’t mind schmoozing and collaborating, you’d rather be at your desk typing away with nothing but your thoughts and the ever-advancing cursor. Fortunately, you don’t have to become a social butterfly to get ahead as an author. Authors like Thomas Pynchon and Harper Lee are

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3 Tools for a Successful Self-Publishing Marketing Campaign – Andrew Deen | Guest Post

Self-publishing your own books is a great way to get your ideas out there and share your vision with the world. Though it seems simple in theory — rolling out a successful marketing campaign may not exactly be your specialty. If that’s the case, there’s no need to worry. Technology has come a long way

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How Self-Published Authors Can Promote Their Books In A Digital Landscape – Miles Oliver | Guest Post

There’s no doubt the publishing industry has been undergoing significant change in the last couple of decades. Much of this has been the result of the rise of the digital landscape and an increased use of technology. Tools have emerged that have altered the way people produce, purchase, and read books. This isn’t just relevant

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How to Prepare to Go On a Book Tour – Miles Oliver | Guest Post

Once you’ve put in the hard work and countless hours to write a book, it’s time to promote it! Book tours are a great way to market yourself, connect with readers, and build some buzz around your publication. While the idea of going on a book tour is exciting, especially if you’re a new author,

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How to Create a Critical Path for Your Book Release – Miles Oliver | Guest Post

Critical path management is the key to any successful business project, and writing and publishing a book is no exception. The development and distribution of a book requires just as much planning, organization, and delegation of tasks as any other project. Having a critical path for your book release is especially important if you are

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Radio Espial: Episode 18 – Rachel Drury (Buythebook.ie)

Broadcaster and journalist Mick Rooney talks to Buythebook owner Rachel Drury for Radio Espial. Rachel graduated as an engineer in 2005 and worked for over 10 years In the renewable energy industry both in Ireland, Chile, Sweden and South Africa before relocating to Sydney, Australia in 2013. In 2018, Rachel returned back to Ireland and

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How to Connect with Influencers for Book Marketing – Beau Peters | Guest Post

These days, maintaining an online presence is vital for anyone selling a product, but it is especially crucial for independent authors. While browsing the shelves at a bookstore hasn’t entirely gone out of style, newer and younger generations are turning more and more towards the internet and social media when it comes to finding their

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Buy the Book, A community and marketplace for Irish Authors – Rachel Drury | Guest Post

It was December 2020 and I had just hit publish on my first book using the Amazon KDP marketplace. My book went live on Amazon and a week later I was holding a paperback copy of the book in my hands. This was a very special moment, finally getting to hold a very personal project

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Everything You Need to Know to Publish Your First Book – Beau Peters | Guest Post

Once upon a time, the dream of being published only became a reality for a small minority of individuals. However, independent publishing — brought to you by the power of modern technology — has made this dream a reality for countless high-quality authors who may have never gotten a chance with a publishing house. If

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Book Marketing for Self-Published Authors – Patrick Walsh | Guest Post

The quality of books you can produce now is almost indistinguishable to the reader to anything put out by a major publisher […] I was just never really sure why they didn’t succeed. – Mitch Benn This extract is from an interview with Mitch Benn on the Guardian. In the first line of the quote,

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