- 1.John Kremer on Marketing Books
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For book/ebook authors, publishers, & self-publishers
Added by Martha A. Cheves on March 30, 2013 at 5:09pm — No Comments
Join author and illustrator, JD Holiday on Saturday, March 30, 2013 at 10AM est, 9AM cst, 8AM mst & 7AM pst ~ for two stories by Amanda Kleback:
Butter Chuck & The Hoo Hoo's Song ~ Readers follow Butter Chuck through his transformation from a woodchuck…Continue
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Whether you are blogging, writing articles, or designing a cover for your book, there is nothing that attracts readers more than a fetching image. Eye-catching images not only draw the reader’s attention, they establish a mood, set a tone, and express what you can’t say in words. A great image will also inspire a reader to linger, and to want to learn more about you and what you have written.
Fortunately, finding beautiful images has never been easier – or cheaper. You can, of course,…Continue
Added by Erica Verrillo on March 29, 2013 at 4:00pm — No Comments
It’s been quite a week, one way or another. It began with my birthday, which is always nice and seemed to get busier from then on. I’ve had little opportunity to write and find myself wondering if and when it will happen. The new jacket design for my novel, HELL’S GATE was submitted to Amazon and hopefully this will help to draw potential readers to the book. I have tried to attract book reviewers for my latest Amazon publication, SHDOW OF THE WOLF, but it is proving to be extremely…Continue
Added by Michael on March 29, 2013 at 3:30pm — No Comments
If you are new to the blogging scene, you probably don’t have a lot of followers (yet). For aspiring authors, this is a calamity. There you are, pouring your heart and soul into your posts, and nobody is reading them! How will anybody know that you are a gifted writer if your blog is languishing, unhonored and unsung, in cyberspace?
The standard advice to unsung…Continue
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Please join host Marsha Cook and co host Bennet Pomerantz with their guests Rick Polson, Abagail Carter and Kelsye Nelsen on March 29 at 5PM EST 4PM CST 3PM MT 2PM PST.
Rick is the author of MAKING A SUPERSTAR COMPANY. His book should be a must have for authors and owners of…
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One of the curses of being a writer is when people say “I've had a fascinating life. You should write about me.”
I've had a fascinating life myself. I caused a small riot in a train station in Hanover, Germany, and another riot in a marketplace in…Continue
Added by Sunny Frazier on March 28, 2013 at 7:00pm — No Comments
Every author needs a publicist. Whether you are traditionally published or self-published you need to hire a publicist to get the word out about your book. For authors, PR has become the most crucial factor in selling their book. Here’s why:
A publicist can generate media exposure globally.
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Cheryl Kaye Tardif is an international bestselling Canadian author, who is best known for Submerged, a psychological thriller that had over 49,000 downloads on Amazon in March 2013, Children of the Fog, a…Continue
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Added by Martha A. Cheves on March 24, 2013 at 3:00pm — No Comments
It finally happened. I reached the end of my creative juices on my latest novel. At 25,000 words in, I’ve had enough. The book started well enough. I had a great idea and I feverishly wrote the first draft in under three weeks. I let it sit for a few days while I visited the Jersey Shore and then pulled it back onto the screen anxious and excited to begin the revision process. And then thunk!
Plagued by writer’s block for the last two weeks, I’ve been spending my morning…Continue
Added by Neil Ostroff on March 24, 2013 at 2:30pm — No Comments
I am challenging the world’s Christian religious believers, communities and the general masses to follow the true laws of God. They should stop falling prey to the “False Luciferian Doctrine” and the delusion of White God. I affirm to the world that, I am…Continue
Added by Timothy Hugee on March 24, 2013 at 2:00pm — No Comments
The layout of your book is very important. The average paperback book size is six inches wide and nine inches tall, which is much smaller than the average size of a sheet of an 8.5 x 11 inch sheet of paper. This means that if you are submitting a book for printing, you will need to select the proper page setup.
Your page layout can be designed with any word processing software if your book is for a small audience of friends or family. Any serious work, however, should be…Continue
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