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Publishing News Roundup Series: Readers Come First during COVID

by Maureen Crisp  •  May 13, 2020

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A lot of bad factors for publishing have come out of this pandemic. That is not to say that a lot of good for publishing has not also developed.

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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3 Pro Tips to Turn Readers into Super Fans

by Auburn Seal  •  June 28, 2016

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We’ve all seen books, some seemingly unlikely ones, launch into the stratosphere. Even those penned by previously unknown authors. How does that happen? It’s usually the combination of several factors: great writing, eye-catching covers, solid book descriptions, effective marketing. What if you’ve done all those things and your book still isn’t receiving the attention it’s

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Happy Memorial Day!

by Bibliocrunch  •  May 23, 2014

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This holiday is a great time to read.

What is an Author Street Team?

by  •  August 13, 2013

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As a reader I have joined up with many authors as part of their street teams. As it turns out, a lot of authors don’t know what a street team is. We’ll be hosting a chat soon on #indiechat to answer all your street team questions.