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

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 Technology is Impacting Authors and Publishing – Miles Oliver | Guest Post

Most of us think of writing and publishing as timeless and traditional, but that isn’t the case. Ever since Johannes Guttenburg created the wooden printing press in the 1440s, publishing has been a deeply technological practice, reliant upon advancements in tech like word processors and supply chain management. However, in the past few years, the

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The Pros and Cons of the Publishing Industry – Andrew Deen | Guest Post

It’s easier than ever to self-publish a book. You could stop reading this article right now and fire off the first chapter of your book in a series of Tweets if you wanted to. And more formal variations of self-publishing are readily available to the writer who intends to be more industrious in their foray

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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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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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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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The Biggest 5 Mistakes When Self-Publishing A Book – Charlie Svensson | Guest Post

You have probably heard the horror stories of people paying publicists, agents, or marketing companies to push their book, only to lose all their money and end up with nothing. You have also probably heard the horror stories about people who collaborate on books and end up cut out of the deal or having their

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Balancing Your Writing Career and Other Ambitions – Beau Peters | Guest Post

If you’re a writer, the written word is your craft. It’s what inspires and motivates you. However, if you write as a profession, you’re likely aware that the activity isn’t always so magical. There are times when you need to write, whether you like it or not. When you throw other activities into the mix

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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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The Benefits of Hiring a Writing Assistant – Beau Peters | Guest Post

As a writer, it’s not uncommon to assume you have to do everything on your own. While some things can’t be delegated when it comes to your work, there are plenty of daily tasks that can (and should) be handled by someone else – a writing assistant. When you’re a professional writer, a good rule

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