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public libraries

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.
eBook distribution

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.
children's books

How To Expand Your Market To Sell Your Children’s Books

This post lists examples of prospective buyers for children's books. This is by no means an exhaustive list but should stimulate your thinking to find new places in which to sell your book.
book sales goals

How to Reach Your Book Sales Goals This Year

Hopefully, you have the right product, currently available where your buyers shop, priced competitively, and supported with “perpetual promotion.” That's how you reach your book sales goals.
marketing copy

Nine Ways to Write More Persuasive Marketing Copy

Effective marketing copy must be customized for the intended consumer. Use these nine tips to help you write persuasive marketing copy when you promote your books.
Hunter S Thomson headshot

People Judge Your Book By Your Headshot

The goal of your author headshot is to cement your brand. At all times you should be asking yourself, "What kind of image am I trying to project to the world?"
social media mistakes

Three Social Media Mistakes For Would-Be Authors

Social media is a key element of many authors' marketing plans, but you're making a mistake if you focus on book sales — especially right out of the gate. Start early, take it seriously, be social, and you may find success promoting on social media.

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