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How To Market A New Book

How to Market a New Book

Have you finished your new book? Maybe it’s your first book? Congratulations! Now you’re ready to know how to market a new book. Here’s a fact that many first-time authors learn the hard way: you must market your book, even…

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26 Great Book Marketing Ideas

26 Great Book Marketing Ideas

When John Grisham wrote his first book, he received a very modest 5,000 copy printing order. A Time to Kill would eventually be turned into a movie that starred Matthew McConaughey and Sandra Bullock in 1996, eight years after Grisham…

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21 Clever Ways To Get Your Book Writing Regimen Back On Track

21 Clever Ways to Get Your Book Writing Regimen Back on Track

Have you lost your book writing inspiration? Have you found yourself staring at a blinking cursor regularly? Not a single appropriate word has come to mind, and you sit staring at the blank screen in front of you. You might find yourself wondering what the problem is? Has your brain just quit working? The frustration forming in your creative mind quickly turns into a distracting headache. As the aching worsens, you can almost feel your creativity being sapped from you. Maybe you’re tired and just need a rest…or maybe you have a classic case of “writer’s block.”

Helpful Book Writing Tips To Keep You Focused

 

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Should You Create A YouTube Channel?

Should You Create a YouTube Channel?

Creating a YouTube channel starts with some form of a personalized video from you. Here's my first video to give you an idea of what you might create: Upcoming… Why it's important to blog daily if you can. Keep looking…

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How To Publish A Nonfiction Book

How To Publish a Nonfiction Book

Publishing a nonfiction book is a very different process from publishing a fictional book. Not only do you need to include a narrative within your book to gain the interest of the reader, but your facts must be verifiable. There…

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