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I am working on my second book, No More Crumbs: How to Stop Dating (and Mating) for Crumbs and Get the Cake You Deserve in 10 Crucial Steps!. In the past I've designed my own covers (graphics design background) and got good responses but this time around I wanted to have someone else design it for me.…Continue
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Authors have so many ways to promote their books these days. There are websites, blogs, traditional advertising, and now networking, but many authors overlook the power of podcasting. With this newest medium of communication, authors can have instant access to their readers. Podcasting is useful for developing relationships with readers, giving them an opportunity to get…Continue
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How nice of you to invite me. Love the theme of your book. It is much needed!
I'm thinking you'll want to know a friend of mine. Her name is LaShaunda Hoffman and she has a list serve group. SORMAGSubscribersemail@example.com Many of them are romance writers but many of them have connections in black communities, too, and we all know that is one (of many) places your book is needed.
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