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This Week's Theme:

How Five New Authors
Successfully Promoted Their Books!

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What's a Book Marketing Cheat Sheet?

What's a Book Marketing Cheat Sheet?

Online book promotion is not only simple but, if you have a step-by-step, day-to-day marketing plan (the book 90 DAYS OF PROMOTING YOUR BOOK ONLINE), it can also be a very artistic endeavor, which makes it fun for creative folks like you and me! Yes, online book promoting can be EASY and FUN! Let us show you how, from Day 1 through Day 90...and beyond!

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Book Promotion: Why Postcards Work by Kathryn Elizabeth Jones

Book Promotion: Why Postcards Work

Most writers have business cards to pass out to interested readers and writers, but what about business postcards? A writer is in business, after all, not only to let others know about their latest book but to sell it as well. Investing your money in postcards becomes valuable the minute you hand one to a potential reader ...

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How Can I Make Money Giving Away A Free E-Book On Amazon?

How Can I Make Money Giving Away A Free E-Book On Amazon?

Is it sensible for me to promote my latest book by giving away some free ebooks on the Kindle? How can I avoid pitfalls about poorly-formatted MOBI formatted ebooks (I've heard horror stories), and what costs should I expect for publishing my ebook, and for promoting it?

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A Texas Tea and Book Party By Celia Yeary

A Texas Tea and Book Party

Three years ago, the release of my first novel excited me, yes, but it also threw me into a dither. A dither, if you've never been in one, is similar to mild hysteria and confusion. All other authors I knew at the time talked about book signings, and I attended a couple of them. In my opinion, that might not work for me, as they don't seem to work very well unless you are the author of the Harry Potter series. How many readers would drive to a bookstore and buy my book? I feared not many, and there I'd be, all alone in public, people walking past me, ignoring the books on the table. The thought of buying a big stack of books and not selling them didn't make me comfortable, either...

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Blogging to Sell Books By Eric D. Goodman

Blogging to Sell Books

I've always identified myself as a writer. Only recently have I come to admit that I'm also a blogger. I blog about writing, about the love of literature, about all things literary. But the truth is, I blog to sell books...

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Building Block Book Marketing By Sharon Elaine

Building Block Book Marketing

Most writers are aware that using Twitter and Facebook, and advertising on their own web sites, are effective ways to get your name, message and materials to a great number of people. However, there are other avenues to work with...

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