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what is a book?

What is a Book?

What is a book? Why did the publisher hire me to write it and print all these copies? Why did I write, re-write, re-re-write, edit, and re-edit the content within? Why am I sprawled in the front hall manipulating packing tape to stick to the package and not to my forearm?
eBook Checklist from BookBaby

Your eBook Checklist

Think you're ready to self-publish your eBook? Great! We're here to help, and this eBook checklist will help you get off on the right foot in your journey from your laptop to the marketplace. Note: many of these items are needed for printed book production as well.
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How important are reviews for self-published books?

How important are reviews for self-published books? In my mind, the answer is "VERY!" But I want to hear from you!
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Book marketing tips for self-published authors

Publishing veteran Carl Lennertz discusses the difference between between book marketing and publicity and where self-published authors should spend their money.
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Five Tips For Writing A Book Description That Isn’t A Bore

You’ve written an amazing book. You’ve gone through a thorough editing process. Your book cover has been designed and it looks amazing. You have spent months, even years to get to this point, and you are probably experiencing a combination of elation and exhaustion. Well, take a deep breath and get ready for round two, because now you are ready for the next steps: publishing and promoting your book.
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Self-Published Authors: Your Sales Season Is Around The Corner (i.e. After The New Year!)

Think you're missing out on the Christmas rush? Maybe not. Self-published authors stand a better chance of sales in January and February. So get ready!
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Four Mistakes Indie Authors Make With Their Book Description

Think of your book description as the most important sales pitch of your life. Every word must count, every idea must serve to rope readers in. Too often, indie authors fall short and lose readers to a book with better promo copy.

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