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I think the hardest part of writing a book comes after it's finished. The marketing, publicity, and the rest of the stuff. But all that can be fun.

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George,

I agree with your conclusion. The easy part, if it can be easy, is doing the writing. The hard part involves creating a demand for your finished product. I have learned much from other authors about marketing and suggestions through networking sites such as this and newsletters that I receive. In today's market there is ample opportunity to market your product. The key is to establish how it is different from those already published. This will create a demand for it with marketing perspectives that keep developing as people create new methods and new opportunities to market and gain exposure for your talent and expertise.
Hi, George,

What did you do that you thought was especially fun?

Thanks,
Elaine Cantrell

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