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Book Marketing for Beginners by Hank Quense

For a new author, marketing is a vague, bewildering concept.  The process of writing a book does nothing to prepare an author for the necessary chores of marketing that book, nevertheless it is a daunting project that all authors must face.  The scariest part is the plethora of choices and tactics that are possible to …
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Ten Things You Didn’t Know About Becoming A Published Author by Hank Quense

More and more writers are venturing into self-publishing.  Many don’t initially appreciate or understand just how confusing the self-publishing process is.  Not understanding the process can end up being injurious to your wallet. Here are ten issues that many of these writers may not initially realize. 1) Uploading the manuscript is the easiest part of …
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The Power of Paperbacks: 5 Myths Debunked About Using KDP for Paperbacks By Aria Grace

Although many readers today have grown accustomed to reading digital copies of their favorite novels, the urge to hold paper in their hands and smell the pages is something readers from around the world will always cherish. Whether it’s to reminisce about reading as a child or to escape from the world of electronics, there …
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Loglines – Essential if Querying or Self-Publishingby Laura Drake

A logline is important – for a query, of course, but it’s a wonderful start to a back cover blurb, if you’re self-publishing as well. It’s also a quick way to explain when someone asks what your book is about. But I like it for another reason. It helps me get into a marketing frame …