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“Decline of E-book Publishers” by Stefan Vucak

Every budding author wants to see his masterpiece published, preferably by one of the traditional book publishers. After all, that’s where the fame and money is, right? After accumulating a stack of rejection letters, thoughts of ending it all bubbling in the background, reality starts to sink in. There are lots of writers out there… Continue reading “Decline of E-book Publishers” by Stefan Vucak

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New Report from Mark Coker an Eye Opener for Book Sales Strategies!

  Mark Coker, Founder of Smashwords, the leading distributor of self-published eBooks serving Apple, B&N, Sony, Kobo, libraries and more, has published a new report that is a MUST READ for authors…all authors, even if you aren’t self publishing, this information is useful for your marketing strategies as well!  Covering pricing, book length, title length,… Continue reading New Report from Mark Coker an Eye Opener for Book Sales Strategies!

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“Selling My Book – Where Do I Start?” by Debra L Hartmann

Aside from being a new author which means that no one has heard of you and isn’t listening because they haven’t heard of you, yet, you have the added drawback of not really knowing how to sell on the internet. As an author you will have to advertise, not just your book, but yourself, your… Continue reading “Selling My Book – Where Do I Start?” by Debra L Hartmann

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“Recommended Site for Connecting with Readers” – by Lilith Darville

I found another great site! There are so many social media marketing sites available for authors to market their books. Since this is the first I’ve heard of LibraryThing (http://www.librarything.com/), I thought I’d share the news. LibraryThing is another place to catalogue your books online enabling you to market your books and engage a new… Continue reading “Recommended Site for Connecting with Readers” – by Lilith Darville