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Facebook Ads: My Self-Publishing Experience, Part 10

“How do I promote my book?” It’s a great question, especially when many classic options (book readings/signings/release parties/school assemblies) are not possible. This is where Facebook ads come in handy.
pre-sale

Planning And Capitalizing On Your Book’s Pre-Sale

Your book's pre-sale period is crucial to your book's chances of success for so many reasons. Still, it's one of the least understood facets of a book's release. Hopefully, this post will change that.
promoting your book

Start Promoting Your Book Now!

There are dozens of things you can work on to start your book promotion before you finish writing your book. I’ll focus on the three most important areas that require authors’ attention from the get-go.
narrative structure

Exit Your Narrative Structure And Let Your Characters Breathe

One way to create a memorable story is to take a minute to let your characters breathe. Build a scene where you exit the narrative structure and allow your readers to bond with the characters.
narrative structure

Narrative Structure — Why It’s Important

Formulaic stories are never what you're setting out to create, but understanding narrative structure and the three-act construct are foundational to telling a satisfying story.
is your book finished

Is Your Book Finished?

How great would it be to have a device to stick into the pages of your book to tell you when it's done? It’s the same for new, inexperienced writers and published authors alike: sometimes it’s hard to gauge when your manuscript is truly finished.

Successful Book Printing And Distribution: My Self-publishing Experience, Part 9

In the ninth entry in my series about self-publishing, we'll look at how to ensure you get the best possible printed books, how to use them, and how to plan plenty of time for promotion.

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