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How To Promote Your Christian Fiction Book on Social Media

If you’re promoting your Christian fiction book, these links and pages will get you off the ground connecting with groups and forums likely to embrace your title.
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How To Promote A Horror Book on Social Media

If you’re preparing to promote a horror book, these social media sites and forums will open the crypt and connect you with groups and forums likely to devour your title.
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How To Promote Your Romance Novel on Social Media

If you’re getting ready to promote a romance novel, this post will get you started connecting with groups and forums likely to embrace your work.
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How To Promote Your Mystery Book on Social Media

If you’re preparing to promote your mystery book, these links and pages will get you off the ground connecting with groups and forums likely to embrace your title.
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Writing a Memoir? Avoid These Mistakes.

Too often, an independent author writing a memoir doesn’t deliver the sort of book readers at large can appreciate. Your task is to tell an interesting story, and you should avoid making these six mistakes.
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How to promote your science fiction book on social media

If you're getting ready to promote your science fiction book, this post will get you started connecting with groups and forums likely to embrace your work.
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Book Publicity Tips From An Industry Veteran

What are the basics of book publicity? What do you do on a day-to-day basis? Generally, I tell my clients I prefer to start working on a book five months before publication. There are many media outlets that not only require working that far ahead – mainly magazines and venues that have authors as speakers – but sometimes it just takes a long time to work with some media outlets and convince them that this is a book and an author that they should pay attention to.

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