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5 Awesome Books as Mother’s Day Gifts

by Miral Sattar  •  April 27, 2017

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This year, help the mom in your life celebrate Mother’s Day by giving her an awesome children’s book. What better gift than giving a gift that the mama in your life can cuddle up with and read with child.


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Publishing News Roundup Series: The Change of Publishing Over the Decades

by Maureen Crisp  •  April 25, 2017

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  Publishing has changed a lot, particularly in the past decade.


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Create a Successful Email Campaign for Authors in 4 Steps

by Auburn Seal  •  April 20, 2017

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Readers are everywhere, but figuring out how to capture them and continue to have access to them sometimes feels like a Herculean feat. Don’t get overwhelmed by all the noise around author marketing. Start with something simple like getting your newsletter set up with an automated workflow that will capture your ideal reader’s attention by

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Spring Break Trips Through Book Reading

by Samantha Knoerzer  •  April 18, 2017

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  We all love spring break. But for most it is a time that in college was for adventure, yet now is for working and saving money.


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Publishing News Roundup Series: How to Market When You’re Not Good at Marketing

by Maureen Crisp  •  April 17, 2017

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  Writers are amazing at what they do. The struggle with self-published authors is how to do the other things that come along with publishing your book.


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Should You Read Your Book Reviews?

by Auburn Seal  •  April 13, 2017

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Reading feedback from your readers can be a frightening experience, similar to a terrifying but thrilling roller coaster. A good review launches you to the highest heights and a bad or mediocre review can send your self-worth plummeting into the deepest depths of darkness. A five-star review says you are worthy of life, a one- or

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Publishing News Roundup Series: Why Average Writers Should Care About Amazon Moving into the Middle East

by Maureen Crisp  •  April 10, 2017

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  Amazon continues to spread its influence across the globe.


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6 Easy To Implement Tips for Creating a Newsletter for Authors

by Auburn Seal  •  April 6, 2017

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Email newsletters have been around for a while. I think we’ve all heard that we should have one. It’s a great way to stay in touch with our readers and having a big list can be a great boost for bumping new releases in their first few days and generally it’s an effective component of

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Words and Phrases to Eliminate from Your Writing

by Samantha Knoerzer  •  April 5, 2017

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  We know how much we love to write. But when is it time to write and when is it time to edit?


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Publishing News Roundup Series: The Future of the Book Buying Model

by Maureen Crisp  •  April 3, 2017

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  Book buying changes as the market does. So how can we keep ahead of it?