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Can You Rely On Amazon To Distribute Your Books This Holiday?

Excerpted from our new guide, Book Marketing In The Age of COVID-19, we have answers to key questions authors are asking as we approach the holidays.
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Book Marketing In Quarantine

Authors faced with book signings being canceled and face-to-face events waylaid have had to rethink their book marketing efforts. Some have embraced it, others have faced frustration. Here are some of your stories.
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Nine Digital Book Marketing Ideas

While book marketing isn't easy, there are plenty of opportunities to reach new audiences. Finding the right ones starts with broadening your ideas of where to look.
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Indie Authors And The Independent Bookstore

The BookBaby Spotlight podcast recently hosted Julie Beddingfield, owner and manager of Inkwood Books. Beddingfield shares her strategy for bookselling in the age of COVID as well as what she looks for and expects from authors who want her to sell their books.
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Your Publishing Timeline For Holiday Book Sales

The blazing sun and summer calendar don’t change the fact that the holiday self-publishing crunch has already begun. This book publishing timeline will help you manage the calendar.
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Public Libraries: An Asset For Independent Authors

As an indie author, libraries are a powerful asset for getting your book into the hands of readers and reaching an audience through presentations, community contacts, reviewers, and reference librarian recommendations.
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eBook Distribution: My Self-Publishing Experience, Part 8

In the eighth entry in my series about self-publishing, we'll look at the ins and outs of eBook distribution, the best pricing strategies for your eBook, and whether or not you should choose Kindle Select.

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