Business is business, and books are business in many more ways than getting some readers and a publisher.
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Hashtags are a fairly simple concept, an effort to index categories among posts, but for the newcomer to social media they can be intimidating. Even those who know about hashtags may not be aware of the intricate ways to maximize their benefits.
Remember your editorial review is one of the single most valuable tools available to you in persuading readers to take a chance and buy your book. If you don't use it, you are missing book sales.
An in-depth interview with the Queen of the Pulpwood Queens Book Club, Writer Horoscopes and more are featured in the Fall issue of Chanticleer Reviews e-zine. Read on to find out how to access your free copy!
We authors work hard at our craft and sometimes it feels as if we have fallen. The important thing is to get up and continue learning, producing, developing our craft--making it look effortless is the really hard part.
PR is more than marketing – it’s bigger, broader and has very few parameters. Entrepreneur, artisan, award-winning author Sara Dahmen shares her p/r secrets.
Booksellers, librarians, book distributors, Indie and small presses, along with the big-five publishers participate in regional book trade shows to make their book purchasing and business decisions. These tradeshows are amazing opportunities for books to vastly increase distribution and to gain visibility and book buzz.