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How to Get Holiday Book Sales: Part I

It may not feel like the holidays are just around the corner, but if you’re planning to drum up holiday book sales this year, it’s time to put these plans and strategies to work.
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Can Science Fiction Writing Change The Future?

Science fiction writing imagines a future — sometimes dystopian, sometimes utopian — but can it help shape the future and save mankind?
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Even Successful Authors Make Mistakes (Why T.J. Newman Should Have Self Published “Falling”)

T.J. Newman's debut novel, "Falling," garnered a big advance and a movie deal. But the former flight attendant might have flown even higher had she self published.
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Book Cover Design: From Concept to Completion

BookBaby designers share stories of some of their favorite book cover designs to give insight into the creative process of making your book cover stand out from the crowd.
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It’s A Good Time To Be A Published Author

Strong book sales numbers in the first half of 2021 set the stage for what should be a great holiday season for published authors.
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Keep Tabs On Your Published Works: A Review Of Authory

Authory is a utility that consolidates your published works from multiple websites, organizes and customizes the results, and gathers other useful data. Here’s what I learned using Authory for the first time.
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Tips For Writing A Nonfiction Book

Planning your nonfiction writing project — including drafting a purpose statement, mapping out the structure, and using proven storytelling techniques — are critical parts of the writing process.
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Harness Social Media To Sell Books

No matter what you write or how you choose to publish, authors can agree on one thing: social media has redefined the way books can be promoted.
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Choose To Make Writing A Priority

One of my missions is to write 1,000 words per day. Once I start writing, the clock ticks. It's attainable only because I set it high on my list of priorities. You might be surprised at how many tasks in your life are not as necessary as you might think.
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Editing Your Work: Things You Don’t See In Your Own Writing

It's easier to find flaws in someone else's work than it is in your own. There's a lot you can do to minimize errors and make your writing shine, but another set of eyes on your work is always a good idea.

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