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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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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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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?


6 Easy Ways for Authors to Create a Brand and Learn to Market

by Auburn Seal  •  March 30, 2017

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Writing a book is only the beginning of the journey toward successful author. One of the other skills you must learn is marketing. There’s a lot involved in creating a marketing campaign for a specific book and it begins with creating your own author brand. Check out this infographic for easy tips that any author

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Authors who Hit it Big After Death

by Samantha Knoerzer  •  March 29, 2017

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  Many of the authors we know and idolize today did not get recognition in their own day.


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What Does it Take to Write and Publish a Book?

by Auburn Seal  •  March 23, 2017

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If you are new writer dreaming of publishing your first book, you might wonder what strategies to employ to finish your book and publish it for the world to see. Any published author will tell you that there are some basic skills you’ll need to master in order to be successful in the self-publishing industry.

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Forgotten Female Storytellers Through the Ages

by Samantha Knoerzer  •  March 17, 2017

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  It is great to see the growth of female recognition in writing, particularly in the last century. But what is important to remember is that female storytellers have always existed, and had a big influence on art and writing.


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When and How to Build Your Author Platform

by Auburn Seal  •  March 16, 2017

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All successful self-published authors talk about the importance of building a solid author platform to ensure successful book marketing. But what does that really mean? I’m going to tell you specifically what an author platform should consist of and when you should begin to lay the foundation. I’ll start with when. That’s the easy part.

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