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Writing A Book That Sells

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Writing A Book That Sells

A trope is any word used in a figurative sense or a reoccurring theme or device in a work of literature. There’s a book writing strategy that involves picking a trending book genre, studying the tropes of the books currently selling, and then writing a book that fits the tropes discovered. While many writers might […]

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10 Easy Book Marketing Tips

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10 Easy Book Marketing Tips

Marketing your book doesn’t have to be overwhelming. Chances are, you already have everything you need to share your book is for purchase. Whether you’re a novice book marketer or are looking for a few quick wins to bring new life to your book marketing plan, here are 10 ways you can easily market your […]

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Why Every Writer Needs a Business Plan

Why Every Writer Needs a Business Plan

As you’ve probably noticed, there’s no such thing as “only being a writer” anymore. And while many writers might not want to handle the business side of things, to give yourself and your books the best chance of success, it’s a must. If you’re hoping to turn that passion for writing into a career, having […]

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Social Media for Writers

Social Media for Writers

Having a social media presence is essential for all writers in the 21st century. Whether you write fiction, poetry, scripts, nonfiction or all of the above, social media can help boost your audience. Not to mention, having an established audience makes agents and publishers more likely to pick up your work. This is because you’ve […]

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How To Get Book Reviews

How To Get Book Reviews

1️⃣ Find your target audience. This is the first and most important step. You can put every effort into marketing your book, although you might get some response, it will not be anywhere near successful if you’re not targeting the correct readers. What is or how do you find your target audience you may be […]

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