How To Load Ebooks Onto A Kindle Or iPad

I remember the first time someone gave me an ebook. I’d agreed to beta-read the manuscript, but when it came time to transfer the file from my computer to my e-reader, I was lost. I had to Google it to find the answer! Now that I’m a published author, I load files onto my Kindle […]

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Try BookDaily And Get In The Game!

Welcome Scott Wolf, CEO of BookDaily, a book sampling and promo platform I’ve been hearing good things about. Scott stopped by to share this wise advice: Since you’re reading Molly’s blog, chances are you have more than a passing interest in book promotion. Whether or not you’re currently marketing your work, you’ve probably noticed there […]

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How Badly Do You Want Success?

Whatever your personal goals, I’ll bet you’ve made sacrifices to achieve them. Life seldom tosses your dreams at your feet. You have to go for it. You have to be hungry. Whatever it is you really want, you have to want it bad, or chances are good you’ll quit before the prize is yours. That’s […]

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How To Use Twitter Lists To Grow Your Blog

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: In my opinion, Twitter is hands-down the best blog-building tool out there, and every blogger should use it. Yes, it means you have to learn a new “thing,” and it’s best to create and follow a strategy to ease the learning curve and maximize your efforts. […]

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Warning: Online Marketing Shortcuts That Blow Up in Your Face

This post was written by Jason Kong, who helps fiction authors combine online tools and smart strategy to create a better platform. Enjoy! What do the following activities have in common? Spamming email lists Buying Amazon reviews Artificially pumping up Twitter follower numbers These are examples of gaming the system. They’re tactics to boost promotional […]

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Save $$ With A Manuscript Proof Checklist

Does your proofreader charge by the hour? If the answer is yes, you may be able to reduce your bill by taking steps to find and repair basic typo-type errors that slip by during the editing phase. Let’s face it, when we’ve read a (fiction or non-fiction!) manuscript a thousand times, we miss a lot. […]

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5 Ways Re-Posting Other Bloggers’ Content Rips Them Off

I’ve heard that imitation is the highest form of flattery, but that is definitely NOT true not when it comes to re-posting original content that is scraped (taken without permission) from someone else’s blog. It’s happened to me, and eventually it will happen to you. I wish I could say I take it in stride, […]

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