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How to Sell Your Children's Books - AND How to Set Up and Carry Out Successful School Visits

Several months ago I did a one-hour consultation with the author of a children's picture book and a children's board book. You can now listen in on this consultation - which featured the 7 most effective ways to market a children's book.

You can order this one-on-one consultation as a solo recording for…

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Added by John Kremer on May 4, 2016 at 1:05am — 1 Comment

Letters from the Civil War: Henry Lawson Bert (January 13 & April 10, 1865)

Henry Lawson Bert was born at Jimstown, Ohio, on August 15, 1845, the son of Peter Bert and of Mary Frazier Bert. Henry was little more than sixteen years of age when he left his home at Tipton to enlist for the Civil War. He was not at once accepted—he was small for his age—but followed the Forty-Seventh Regiment of Indiana Volunteers from Indianapolis to Louisville, before he was finally enrolled as a drummer in Captain William M. Henley's Company I on December 21, 1861. He is described as… Continue

Added by Joel Arthur Moore on May 3, 2016 at 5:09pm — No Comments

Demon Within

Four Pawns Publishing has released Demon Within by Todd Alan. 

During my trials and experiences in life I have been exposed to many things, some explainable, some not. I was a depraved soul on a very lonely road to redemption. I sought refuge from the horrors I had endured through my uncontrollable drug addictions Which eventually ended when my father shot me twice in both legs with a 9mm hand gun. 

This is my story, based on true events where I have had supernatural encounters…

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Added by Don Carver on May 3, 2016 at 1:12pm — No Comments

Join me in the God Bless You Revolution

If you want to change your life, if you want to change the lives of those around you, if you want to change the world, do this one simple thing: Say God Bless You to yourself. Say God Bless You to those around you. Say God Bless You to the world.

Join me in the God Bless You Revolution!

It’s really a simple thing: Just say God Bless You to yourself whenever you need a lift. That’s for yourself.

Say…

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Added by John Kremer on May 3, 2016 at 7:00am — No Comments

What Makes for a Persuasive Title I Grant Proposal?

Writing a successful grant proposal for Title 1, Part A of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act is about as difficult as keeping a handle on all of its “also known as” names. Instead of remembering, Education for the Disadvantaged-Grants to Local Education Agencies or Improving the Academic Achievement of the Disadvantaged or Title 1 ESEA, most educators just keep it simple, calling it, Title 1. The purpose of Title 1 is to provide financial assistance to states and their various…

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Added by jessicapeckham on May 3, 2016 at 1:40am — No Comments

Are You Feeling the Void?

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Added by Brenda Joyce Hoffman on May 2, 2016 at 4:30pm — No Comments

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~ "A Writer Takes A Pen" ~ 

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Gregory V. Boulware,…

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Added by Gregory V. Boulware on May 1, 2016 at 5:30pm — No Comments

~ “BLOODLUST” ~

 

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“BLOODLUST” 

‘Revolution, Chews, the Order of Dracul, Kelpians and Rosicrucians’ …

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Added by Gregory V. Boulware on May 1, 2016 at 5:22pm — No Comments

Letters from the Civil War: Henry Lawson Bert (August 3 & November 19, 1864)

Henry Lawson Bert was born at Jimstown, Ohio, on August 15, 1845, the son of Peter Bert and of Mary Frazier Bert. Henry was little more than sixteen years of age when he left his home at Tipton to enlist for the Civil War. He was not at once accepted—he was small for his age—but followed the Forty-Seventh Regiment of Indiana Volunteers from Indianapolis to Louisville, before he was finally enrolled as a drummer in Captain William M. Henley's Company I on December 21, 1861. He is described as…

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Added by Joel Arthur Moore on May 1, 2016 at 5:08pm — No Comments

Second Hand Goods - Nurse Hal Among The Amish series - Book 9

Second Hand Goods is the ninth book in my Nurse Hal series. I've just published the book in Amazon, smashwords.com and Barnes and Noble in paperback and ebooks.

Back of book synopsis

Early spring is once again turning the snow melted hills of…

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Added by Fay Risner on May 1, 2016 at 1:15pm — No Comments

Shattered Lies - S. J. Francis, Author

Shattered Lies - Review by Martha A Cheves, Author of Stir, Laugh, Repeat; Think With Your Taste Buds; A Book and A…

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Added by Martha A. Cheves on May 1, 2016 at 10:52am — No Comments

Relationships matter when marketing your books. Take time to create real relationships.

To sell more books, you need to create lasting business relationships (and true friendships) with media, bloggers, websites, email newsletter editors, and people on Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, LinkedIn, Google+, YouTube, GoodReads,…

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Added by John Kremer on April 30, 2016 at 6:50pm — 1 Comment

Reviews… what do they mean?

The free promotion for my book, IMAGINATION is long over and now, as I had hoped, reviews are starting to roll in. This got me thinking as I read people’s opinions of my story… what do reviews really mean?

 

If you’re trying to do marketing on major sites such as Bookbub or Booksends, reviews mean you must have a minimum of them to even be considered for an ad spot, and the majority better add up to four stars or more. Logic being, higher reviews helps weed out books not quite…

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Added by Neil Ostroff on April 30, 2016 at 10:00am — No Comments

Taxing Times

April 30th.

 

My weeks get filled with a puppy dog and storytelling, and I don’t need to tell you which one is winning. My wife said it’s easier having a baby because when you put them down, they stay there, unlike our Tuppence who decides when she wants peace and quiet. It’s rather like writing in a way: once you put the words down you expect them to stay there, but they have a habit of demanding your attention. And sometimes they bite you, metaphorically speaking,…

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Added by Michael on April 30, 2016 at 9:34am — No Comments

Some Changes This Year

I have replaced three book covers today because I did not like the previous ones. One of them, which was based on a design from long ago, I decided to go to a blank cover with just the title, which is intriguing enough, a loose subtitle and then my author name. I know; trying new things is always experimental. But these books were not selling so I figured that change was necessary. Also, since I changed my website I had to reload all my ebooks to my distributor with those changes on the…

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Added by Theresa M. Moore on April 29, 2016 at 2:55pm — No Comments

51 Free Ways to Help a Book Author You Love: 51 ways for those who love you to share you and your book!

51 Ways to Help a Book Author You Love. - http://bookmarketingbestsellers.com/36-ways-to-help-a-book-author-you-love. Features 51 ways to help!

Please pass this blog post on. Tweet about it. Blog about it. Share the link. Especially with your family and friends who need to know these ways.…

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Added by John Kremer on April 29, 2016 at 2:40am — 4 Comments

Letters from the Civil War: Henry Lawson Bert (May 29 & July 21, 1864)

Henry Lawson Bert was born at Jimstown, Ohio, on August 15, 1845, the son of Peter Bert and of Mary Frazier Bert. Henry was little more than sixteen years of age when he left his home at Tipton to enlist for the Civil War. He was not at once accepted—he was small for his age—but followed the Forty-Seventh Regiment of Indiana Volunteers from Indianapolis to Louisville, before he was finally enrolled as a drummer in Captain William M. Henley's Company I on December 21, 1861. He is…

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Added by Joel Arthur Moore on April 28, 2016 at 5:09pm — No Comments

How to Improve Kids' Writing Skills this Summer?

According to the National Summer Learning Association, children tend to slip academically during the summer months. In fact, some studies have shown that students may lose between two and three months’ worth of learning in reading, and similar losses can occur in mathematical computation skills as well.

To help your child stay sharp this summer, include some academic…

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Added by jessicapeckham on April 28, 2016 at 1:55am — No Comments

New Work of Fiction ‘B. S., Incorporated’ Hilariously Exposes Life in Corporate America

April 27, 2016 (Minneapolis, MN) – Authors Jennifer Rock and Michael Voss announced today that their debut novel B. S., Incorporated will be released in May 2016, published by Wise Ink Creative…

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Added by Kelsey McBride on April 27, 2016 at 11:20am — No Comments

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