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Book Marketing Maintenance Tips

Filed in Marketing Your Book by on July 15, 2021 0 Comments
Book Marketing Maintenance Tips

Book Marketing Maintenance Tips Your Social Media Should Sell Your Books Look at your social media profiles; Does your page bio mention your book? Are they linking to your website or blog? Do you use a consistent profile pic and user name across all platforms? Check if Your Books Need Updating Could they be polished up? […]

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Writing With Summer Colors!

Filed in Author Inspirations by on July 13, 2021 0 Comments
Writing With Summer Colors!

Summer is here, and it brings with it the trend of beautifully bright, fun colors. For this month’s writing challenge, we’ll be using summer colors to evoke thoughts and stories to practice creative writing. We have listed some of our favorite summer colors below, but feel free to keep this exercise going with more colors! […]

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Giveaway Ideas For Indie Authors

Filed in Marketing Your Book by on July 8, 2021 1 Comment
Giveaway Ideas For Indie Authors

Giving away a copy of your own book is a classic giveaway for authors. But what else can you offer to make your giveaway more interesting or fresh? Giveaways are a great tactic for authors to use to promote their books. Because it’s an exchange for taking an action you specify — for example, to […]

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What’s an Epilogue and Do I Need One?

Filed in Writing Tips by on July 1, 2021 0 Comments
What’s an Epilogue and Do I Need One?

If you read a lot of novels, you’ve seen that some authors will use an epilogue at the end of their books. Not to be confused with an afterword, an epilogue is meant for fiction stories and is used to show what became of your characters at a future time. The sole purpose is to […]

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10 Tips for a Better Book Opening

Filed in Writing Tips by on June 29, 2021 0 Comments
10 Tips for a Better Book Opening

The opening of your book is the place where readers will decide to keep reading or set aside your book — no pressure. So, your opening pages need to jump straight into your story without dawdling on about the protagonist’s history or how he/she ended up in the current predicament. The back story is 100% […]

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