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Marketing 101

Marketing 101

A session with Kathryn Le Veque It’s not just writing the book… it’s selling it. You can write the greatest book in the world, the next War and Peace, but unless you can get it in front of a million hungry readers, it won’t make any difference how good your book is. In the world […]

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The Truth About Blog Tours

The Truth About Blog Tours

A Session with Ethan Cross Chances are that in this day and age, you know what a blog is. In fact, you may follow a few. And chances are that if you’ve ever published a book or are considering publishing a book then you’ve heard the terms “book tour” and “blog tour”. Physical author promotional […]

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Getting Reviews

Getting Reviews

A Session with Steven Manchester   The process of getting reviews begins long before your book is ever released. For years, I’ve been coaching aspiring writers to “place the cart before the horse” and go after pre-publication book reviews (or endorsements)—once their completed manuscript has been professionally edited. By recruiting online magazine editors, authors, and […]

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Hitting the Road

Hitting the Road

A Session with Ken Goldstein Twelve Tips for Your Next Book Talk One of the greatest fears many people will ever confront is public speaking. For many writers accustomed to spending a great deal of time alone perfecting their craft, the anxiety of being in front of even a small group people can be soul […]

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Using Twitter Effectively

Using Twitter Effectively

A Session with Michael John Sullivan The publishing world has become an ever-changing journey for authors. They are now asked to not only write the Great American Novel, but also market and promote the story. It’s become a complex problem for many writers, including me. First, how much should an author promote his or her […]

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