authorpreneurship advice
Author/publisher Rochelle Carter joined our August #BBchat to talk about authorpreneurship and how to create an author marketing plan.

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book discovery sites
Enlisting a book discovery service promoting cheap or free eBooks to a subscriber list – or helping you to boost your own social media efforts – is one way to get readers, reviews, more social networking, and a kick-start to your book sales.

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writing conference
If you could have lunch with a successful author or publisher, would you do it? Think of a writing conference as that lunch on a much larger scale.

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author brand and reputation
Your online reputation can be your most powerful marketing tool and beacon for your author brand, as long as it’s properly monitored.

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beta reader
When you read for an author, what do you offer? These eight considerations form a kind of code of conduct that can help a writer and beta reader get the most from one another.

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author marketing plan
Your author marketing plan is an overview of your goals for your book and yourself as an author, and you can start developing it before you write your first sentence.

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BookBaby's editing service
These first-time authors agree: Professional editing is a must for every book, and BookBaby's editing service was the right choice.

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