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Self-publishing Budget Advice From Miral Sattar – #BBchat recap

For the June edition of our #BBchat Twitter chat, we asked a few of our authors and literary friends from around the world, including Miral Sattar (CEO of Bibliocrunch) for thoughts on self-publishing budget strategies, as well as tips for trading services and finding freelance help. We frequently hear our author friends asking how to build a budget for their book, and Miral has penned two articles for PBS MediaShift on the subject, one detailing “The Real Costs of Self-Publishing a Book” and another explaining “How to Self-Publish Your Book on a Budget."
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#BBchat recap: Marketing Your Business Book

BookBaby Twitter ChatIn the May edition of our #BBchat Twitter chat, we asked authors and literary friends from around the world, including Ginny Carter (ghostwriter and business book coach), for thoughts on planning and business book marketing strategies. A number of interesting time-management ideas and inspiration were also shared; we hope you find them to be useful. To be notified about our upcoming chats, please sign up here!
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#BBchat Recap: Camp NaNoWriMo’s Grant Faulkner

bookbaby twitter chat recapFor the April edition of our #BBchat Twitter chat, we asked a few of our authors and literary friends from around the world, including Grant Faulkner (Executive Director of National Novel Writing Month) for his thoughts on Camp NaNoWriMo and how to stay motivated.
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Join NaNoWriMo’s Grant Faulkner on our BookBaby Twitter chat April 22nd

This Wednesday from 4-5 pm ET, we will host a Twitter chat discussing all things Camp NaNoWriMo, including how to stay motivated, discover inspiration, and navigate the transition between a completed manuscript and a published work. Author and Executive Director of NaNoWriMo Grant Faulkner will be joining us. Add your voice, questions, opinions, and experience to the conversation. To participate, simply tweet during the scheduled time using the #BBchat hashtag! Join us to learn more about Faulkner's strategies and recommendations for authors.

Self-Publishing Let to This Author’s Success With Traditional Publishing

Shannon McLay, the former BookBaby author of Train Your Way To Financial Fitness, shared her thoughts on the concept of hybrid authors, the term used to describe writers who are involved in both traditional and self-publishing somewhere in their literary career, and how to navigate that transition successfully.

Join BookBaby’s Twitter chat on March 11th

BBchat-MarchJoin BookBaby and author Shannon McLay in a Twitter chat about hybrid authors on Wednesday, March 11th from 4-5pm ET! This week, we will be discussing the concept of hybrid authors, the term used to describe writers who are involved in both traditional and self-publishing somewhere in their literary career, and how to navigate that transition successfully. Former BookBaby author Shannon McLay (of Train Your Way To Financial Fitness) as well as some of our literary friends will be joining us, and we welcome you to stop by and say hello too! To participate, simply tweet during the scheduled time using the #BBchat hashtag! If you are not completely familiar with Twitter but are interested in participating, check out this blog post for more information.

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#BBchat recap: marketing strategies for authors

BookBaby Twitter Chat: book promotionFor the February edition of our #BBchat Twitter chat, we asked a few of our authors and literary friends from around the world, including Lauren Lynne (BookBaby author of The Secret Watchers series) and BookBaby president Steven Spatz, for their thoughts on marketing strategies for authors. We prefaced this month's chat with some initial pointers to get the conversation started, as well as a brief biography of Lauren, which you can check out here. While many of the participants who responded to our questions expressed their understanding of the importance of setting goals and outlining a marketing strategy, the degree to which each author had achieved success by following their plans was mixed. A number of interesting content ideas and promotion tips were also shared; we hope you find them to be useful! To view the entire chat transcript, please visit this link. Below is a selection of questions and answers from our discussion. On developing formal marketing plans:

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