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You Can Succeed In The Marketplace As An Independent Author

You can succeed in today's marketplace as an independent author. There's data to back that up. Of course, statistics and sales reports won't mean a thing if your book has not been professionally edited or if you rushed through the design process.
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Five Things You Need As You Begin A Career As A Self-Published Author

The most important part of being a writer is writing, but if you want a career as a self-published author, you need to do a whole lot more than just write: you have to learn the business and market yourself so you're on the same playing field as mainstream authors with big publishing houses behind them.
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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 Self-Published Authors Can Build Readership in Local Libraries

Libraries have long been deeply rooted in local communities. By being active in events like Indie Author Day, self-published authors can leverage libraries as a free and community­-centered approach to building and reinforcing their readership.
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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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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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