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Attending Events Related to Your Book’s Topic Can Lead to BIG Promotion Opportunities and Future Sales! – by K.M. Robinson

Attending Events Related to Your Book’s Topic Can Lead to BIG Promotion Opportunities and Future Sales! –  by K.M. Robinson

I turned a one-day trip to a Renaissance Faire into an ongoing relationship with a group of fabulous people, and an appearance at a major east coast mermaid event that boasted hundreds of attendees, received major world-wide news coverage, and landed me enough business connections to keep me busy for a very long time…

Do YOU Offer a Unique Service for Authors? May We Promote It??

Do YOU Offer a Unique Service for Authors? May We Promote It??

There are countless editors, cover designers, website creators, and others offering their services to authors online. But, there are other unique services available to authors that may very well benefit them, their book, and their profits in the long-run! Are YOU one of these individuals? Or, are you seeking these types of services?

AUTHOR ALERT! Can Your Book’s “REVIEWS” Get You Sued? Yep!

AUTHOR ALERT! Can Your Book’s “REVIEWS” Get You Sued? Yep!

Many publishers, knowing they aren’t legally liable for the content of their authors’ books, nor for their authors’ marketing activities, will not inform those authors of these types of potential problems. At BookLocker, we always treat others as we’d like to be treated so we never hesitate to alert an author when they’re about to make a really, really big mistake.

Was Author Solutions Sold at a Loss? We Think So! By Angela Hoy, WritersWeekly.com, BookLocker.com, Abuzz Press and PubPreppers.com

Was Author Solutions Sold at a Loss? We Think So! By Angela Hoy, WritersWeekly.com, BookLocker.com, Abuzz Press and PubPreppers.com

Ah, Author Solutions has been sold once again. It reminds me of a rickety boat. One guy buys it and realizes it has a hole or two so he doesn’t want it anymore. So, he polishes it up and sells it to another guy, who does the same thing. Each owner may get more or less than they originally paid but, in the end, each subsequent owner is likely happy to be rid of it.