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How to Sell 1000 Books Within One Month of Launch

by Auburn Seal  •  February 15, 2017

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Thursday, February 23, 2017, 12:30pm EST Our next live webinar will feature Karen Dimmick, co-founder of Bookthority, the host of The Book Marketing Summit, and the co-author of the international bestselling book 47 Mind Hacks for Writers. In this webinar Karen will outline how she sold 1000 books and got 43 reviews within a month

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6 Children’s Books to Inspire Young Activism

by Samantha Knoerzer  •  February 7, 2017

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  Activism is an important topic throughout history, and especially right now in the United States and other parts of the world.


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Collaborate with a Co-Author Like a Pro

by Auburn Seal  •  February 3, 2017

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Being a co-author and writing a book with another writer can be lucrative, especially in this market where producing books quickly is one of the methods to keep your career going and your book sales high. But if you thought writing a book by yourself is hard, try writing one with someone else. Do you

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The Book Marketing Summit – Everything You Need to Sell More Books

by Miral Sattar  •  January 30, 2017

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The Book Marketing Summit is here! Everything you need to know to market, promote, and sell your books


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Publishing News Roundup Series: The NYT Cuts Some Bestseller Lists and 1984 Makes the Bestseller List

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  As the NYT Bestseller lists start to shrink authors are beginning to worry.


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Know Yourself and Write Better Books

by Auburn Seal  •  January 19, 2017

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As writers, we learn about the importance of finding our voice in our writing. Discovering that unique flavor that makes our writing recognizable and the themes that our books rest on. Today, I’m want to talk about discovering who you are as a writer overall and then using that knowledge to help you brand yourself. Having an author

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Ghostwriting Basics

by Auburn Seal  •  January 10, 2017

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Are you thinking of ghostwriting? Did you know that there is an Association of Ghostwriters? Yep, there is. They’ve got some great articles if you are interested in some of the logistics, such as: How to market yourself as a ghostwriter without sharing confidential client information or 3 Secret Places to Find Ghostwriting Gigs. Websites like these

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Live Webinar: Legal Essentials for Authors and Publishers

by Auburn Seal  •  January 5, 2017

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LIVE WEBINAR: Legal Essentials for Authors and Publishers, Wednesday, January 25, 2017, 12:30pm EST Start out the year on the right side of the law! Independent authors and publishers are going to love what Bibliocrunch has in store for you in January’s free webinar with special guest panelist Attorney Stacy Grossman. Are you self-publishing a

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Best Self-Pub Posts of 2016 from Bibliocrunch

by Auburn Seal  •  December 30, 2016

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For most of us, we can’t close the door on 2016 fast enough. With the deaths of our beloved Prince, David Bowie, Alan Rickman, and now Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds, it’s tough to find a bright light. But still we try. Bibliocrunch provided some great education and valuable resources for self-published authors in 2016.

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How to Find New Year’s Resolutions, and Stick to Them

by Samantha Knoerzer  •  December 21, 2016

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  New Year’s is not just about making resolutions, its about sticking to them.