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This Week's Theme:

Articles To Get A Book

Out Of Your Head And Into The Market

7 Ways to Quickly Write Books (That Don't Suck) By James Palmer

7 Ways to Quickly Write Books (That Don't Suck) By James Palmer

In these days of indie publishing, the more books you have out there, the more money you can make. But, how can you write faster? Can you really write books quickly that don't suck? By following the strategies below, you can churn out multiple novels a year and get them out to your readers. Here's how...

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NEED YOUR BOOK PUBLISHED ASAP? Who's the Fastest/Least Expensive? Price Comparison of Expedited P.O.D. Publishing Services

NEED YOUR BOOK PUBLISHED ASAP? Who's the Fastest/Least Expensive? Price Comparison of Expedited P.O.D. Publishing Services

Uh oh! You've been invited to speak at a conference in four weeks and they're going to sell your print book to attendees. What do you do?! Most POD publishers don't offer a rush or expedited print publishing service but a few do. Who gives the best deal? And, more importantly, will you get your books on time?!

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Stop Trying To Promote Your Book BEFORE It's Finished! By Angela Hoy

Stop Trying To Promote Your Book BEFORE It's Finished! By Angela Hoy

It happened again today. An author sent me a note, apologizing for taking so long to edit her book. She stopped the editing process a few weeks ago in order to concentrate on promoting her book...her UNFINISHED book.

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POD SECRETS REVEALED - How Many Book Sales Needed to Recoup Your Investment?

POD SECRETS REVEALED - How Many Book Sales Needed to Recoup Your Investment?

Sometimes, starry-eyed authors look at the loud bells and silver whistles on some POD publishing company websites, and get caught up in the hype. Spending up to $1,000 or more is never a good idea when you can get essentially the same book for much less (most POD publishers use the same printer). Saving money up front means you'll recoup the money you've invested in your book much faster!

How many print books do you need to sell to recoup the money you've paid to self-publish your POD book, and e-book, with the most popular POD publishers?

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SELF-PUBLISHING: MORE THAN JUST A WRITING GIG - ALLEN TAYLOR

Self-Publishing: More Than Just a Writing Gig - Allen Taylor

Millions of writers are pursuing their dreams by self-publishing. While I wouldn't discourage anyone from chasing their dream, I would like to encourage you to think about your dream in a different way...

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6 Steps To Self-Publishing Success By James Palmer

6 Steps To Self-Publishing Success By James Palmer

Everyone wants to know the "secret sauce," the precise steps they must take to become a successful self-published author. While there are no hard and fast rules that will work equally for everyone, here are six basic commandments for self-publishing success...

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How To Compile Your Existing Articles Into A Book! By Christine Laws

How To Compile Your Existing Articles Into A Book! By Christine Laws

We have all heard that there is a potential book within each one of us, just waiting to be written. But, what about the book that you have ALREADY written? That book could be hiding in your hard drive, ready to be copied and pasted into a folder of its own.

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How To Edit Your Book Before You Submit To A Publisher By Rickey E. Pittman, Bard of the South

How To Edit Your Book Before You Submit To A Publisher By Rickey E. Pittman, Bard of the South

Ernest Hemingway said that it is in the editing process that most writers break down. Hemingway was ruthless in editing his own work. One biographer I read said Hemingway edited everything he wrote up to thirty times. I have taught freshman composition for many years. I tell my students that good writing is rewriting, refining, and finding those little demon typos and errors that can damage the quality of what is written. Don't be discouraged or surprised if your POD publisher encourages you to hire an editor.

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7.625 STRATEGIES IN EVERY BEST-SELLER - Revised and Expanded Edition

 

Acquisition Editor Tam Mossman shares seven essentials every book needs to stay in print, and sell!

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