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self-help book

Writing A Business Or Self-Help Book? Ask Yourself These Four Questions.

Writing and publishing a book is an important goal for many business people, but book writing isn’t for everyone. If you're thinking of writing a business or self-help book — or ANY book — you should establish answers to these four questions.
special-sales marketing

Selling Books to Business Buyers? Think Small.

Special-sales marketing offers an opportunity to sell books outside of typical book retail establishments. Whether it's specialty retailers or business buyers, starting small is a prudent approach.
Myths about traditional publishing

Six Myths  (and a Few Facts) About Traditional Publishing

Here are a few prevalent fallacies, as well as new truths, that all authors  ought to recognize when it comes to traditional publishing.
writing a book

To Finish Writing A Book, You Need To Start Writing It

Life is short. Life is busy. How can you possibly add writing that book you to your stacked schedule? It starts with a commitment. To finish writing a book, you need to get started.
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Self-Publishing Is Not A Back-up Publishing Plan

Before I self-published, I didn’t know of all the advantages self-publishing offers or that it was the savvy author’s way to get my book in the hands of readers. My only regret is I didn't do it sooner.
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Writing For A Cause

Author Rich Garon muses on things he learned from his first self-published effort and how his books benefit causes like hunger and homelessness.
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Things I Wish I Had Known Before Self-Publishing My Book

The first time I self-published, I was new to the process and endured many failures before I finally held my book in my hand. Here are nine things I wish I had known about self-publishing before starting the process.

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