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Going Wide: Bye Bye, Amazon Select

by Molly Greene @mollygreene Leaving Amazon’s KDP Select program was not an easy decision for me. I absolutely loved the ease of being in Select and having all my titles in Kindle Unlimited. I didn’t mind being exclusive. My participation in Select made scheduling promos a breeze, KU borrowers paid a significant chunk of change, […]

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A New Chapter

by Molly Greene, @mollygreene I’ve been AWOL from my blog – and everything else! – since early June, and I have a valid excuse: My house sold! I’ve been ready for a change literally for years now, and it finally happened. Yaaay! When I listed the property for sale, neighbors, friends, and family all asked […]

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Create A Simple Single-Author Boxed Set

by Molly Greene, @mollygreene I recently put together a quick boxed set of the first three books in my Gen Delacourt Mystery Series, and I’m in the process of building box sets for the rest of my titles. Why do it at all? More product Go wide with singles OR sets and stay in KU […]

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Fiverr: Every Author’s Secret Staff

by Anne Hagan, @AuthorAnneHagan Fiverr can be an indie author’s best friend. Never heard of it? Allow me to introduce you. Several years ago, when I was working from home doing eBay sales and quick freelance jobs from time to time, I ran across the micro-gig site, Fiverr. Fiverr is a marketplace where freelance sellers […]

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The NEW Easy Way To Go FREE On Amazon

by Molly Greene @mollygreene Just a quick post to update a previous one. A while back I shared The Easy Way To Price Match FREE On Amazon. That process has changed slightly. Amazon – in their infinite wisdom – must have decided they’d made it too easy for authors to price match books to free. […]

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Writers: Plan For A Laptop Crash

by Michelle Peterman Writing a successful novel typically requires skill and dedication to learning the craft, plus a double portion of perseverance. As Sidney Sheldon said, “A blank piece of paper is God’s way of telling us how hard it is to be God.” Filling that blank paper – or, more likely, an empty Word […]

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Top 10 Items On My 2016 Marketing Plan

by Molly Greene, @mollygreene I recently posted my disappointing 2015 author earnings, and declared that I would pursue an enhanced marketing plan (meaning not solely dependent on BookBub and KDP Select) over the rest of 2016. And that I’d share what I decided to do. It’s pretty simple, and many of you have done all […]

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