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Sell Your Book Through All Retailers… Not Just Bookstores

Expand your approach to book sales to include retailers other than bookstores (including online retailers). The more strategic you are about where your book is available, the more likely your target buyers will be to find and buy it.
non-bookstore retailers

Selling to Non-Bookstore Retailers

Creating a distribution channel through non-bookstore retailers is a good way to start your special-sales efforts because it is much like selling through bookstores.
first-time authors

Marketing Planning For First-Time Authors

There are two ways first-time authors can plan their book marketing activities. The first is discovery-driven planning, which evolves through trial and error. A second technique views planning as narrative, conducted as you would when writing a novel.
Self-Published eBook awards

Book News: Self-Published eBook Awards, Self-Publishing Advice, World’s Smallest Book, New Michael Crichton Book

If your book is digitally published and available for download, you're eligible to enter The Writer's Digest Self-Published eBook Awards.
ebook price

The eBook price is right. Or is it?

Your eBook price will have a lot to do with its discoverability. What's the ideal price point? Does genre play a factor in pricing? Fiction vs. nonfiction? Questions about eBook price are among the most frequently asked by our authors and prospects.
self-published authors

Summer Readers Are A Key Market For Booksellers (And Self-Published Authors)

Before millions of travelers grab their sun lotion and dust off their flip flops, self-published authors have time to get their books in front of this massive book buying audience. It’s truly the best time for you to self publish your book, and BookBaby is here to help you make it happen!
ebook sales

Book News: eBook Sales, Amazon Typo Warning, Librarian of Congress

Amazon has implemented a new policy that will flag Kindle eBooks with a warning, what they are calling CFQIs (Customer Facing Quality Indicators), to indicate an eBook contains errors. The reason, it seems clear, is to protect the buying public from spending money on a title only to find it's riddled with typos and other issues that render it unreadable or unsatisfactory.

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