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Selling and Distributing Your Book: What Self-Published Authors Need to Know – Beau Peters | Guest Post

Selling and Distributing Your Book: What Self-Published Authors Need to Know – Beau Peters | Guest Post

The road to writing a book is fulfilling, but it’s often so much more work than people tend to give it credit for. Even once the rounds of drafting and editing are complete, that’s not the end of the road. Rather, it’s the beginning of the sales and distribution process that actually gets your hard-wrangled

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Why BookBub and FaceBook Ads Don’t Work for All Authors – Kenney Myers | Guest Post

If you are a new author like I am then no doubt you have solicited the advice of many seasoned authors to figure out the best ways to market your book. Most of them are usually very willing to offer suggestions and even introduce you to other authors that might have ideas that could help

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Changing Trends in the Publishing Industry: 2021 – Charlie Svensson | Guest Post

2021 promises many things for the publishing industry, with many of the trends having begun to take hold 2 or 3 years ago. In many ways, therefore, 2021 is going to be a continuation of what is already there. If you like to predict this kind of stuff, you can make money doing it on

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Book Publicity Campaign Extras: PR Elements to Boost Excitement – Diane H. Wong | Guest Post

Book publicity extras—like book tours and book parties—can boost media and reader awareness during your book’s launch. In addition to the book publicity basics you can expect from your publisher or hired publicist, there are a number of other tactical publicity elements that can be deployed in service of getting media attention for your book.   Book

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Children’s Books Never Go Out of Style – Kathryn Starke | Guest Post

Fifteen years ago, I wrote a children’s book to teach the seven continents to my second-grade students who could not imagine a world outside of their own community. Amy’s Travels became the first children’s picture book to teach all seven continents. Based on the true story of my college suitemate Amy, the example of Latina

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Infographic: How to Get Reviews for Your Book

Getting reviews from your prospects can be a difficult task to accomplish. It is because some might have stumbled upon your book but didn’t bother to click on it, while others may have purchased it but didn’t mind to leave a review. One way or another, these two instances are really dreadful on your end;

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5 Tips On How To Promote Your Book in Times of Crisis – Rachael Cooper | Guest Post

In times of crisis, like the present pandemic, there’s a tendency to assume that everything from buying groceries to getting a publisher interested in your book proposal will be harder. That people will be too distracted to care about you, or your book. The reality is very different. Many authors, self-published and traditionally published, have

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Reasons Why Many Self-Published Books Fail and How to Fix That – Gary Peterson | Guest Post

Many self-published books fail because authors tend to overlook the basic rules of publishing a new book. Authors who are fairly new to publishing get many things wrong, and the result is typically low sales. Publishing your book and selling it on Amazon should be the last step in the whole process, not the initial

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Marketing Your Book: 8 Mistakes You Need to Avoid – Joel Syder | Guest Post

Now that you’ve spent weeks, months, and possibly even years writing your book, paying special attention to each and every word and seeing each character grow and develop, having just started as a small spark of imagination in your brain, there comes a time where your book can make its way out into the world.

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10 Ways Authors Can Collaborate to Sell More Books – Bonnie Baguley | Guest Post

Want to sell more books? Try collaborating with authors in your niche. Collaboration is a powerful tool for growth. Networking with authors in your genre is an invaluable way to reach new readers and build a supportive writer network, especially important in times of self-doubt or rejection. Collaboration leverages the benefits of multiple perspectives, problem-solving

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