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Pursuing a Trad Published Dream

We talk a lot on this blog about self-publishing, but some of us have other goals. Meet Sue Coletta, an author who is holding out for the traditional path, and she’s here to tell you how to go about it! We all have different dreams. As long as I can remember I’ve always dreamed about […]

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Bestselling novels on DVD 2015

A number of movieland blockbusters have either recently hit the shelves or are about to be released on DVD. Many of these films started out as bestselling books, and now is the perfect time to catch up on a little reading before purchasing the new releases on DVD. Gone Girl This psychological thriller stars Rosamund […]

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What Should Authors Blog About?

Today I’m answering questions from reader Annie Daylon. Molly, I read your blog regularly and have recently participated in an online writing conference and, in one of the workshops, it was suggested that authors blog only about their own work: what inspires them, chapters from the book, short stories. They said an author’s blog should […]

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Has Your eBook Been Pirated? What To Do: Step 2

By Kathryn Miller Goldman, Esq.: I recently wrote a post for this blog called Has Your eBook Been Pirated? What To Do: Step 1. Molly had identified General eBooks as a website that offered pirated ebooks for free download, and her books were on the site without permission. In that post, I explained how I […]

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6 Lessons Learned Between Books 4 & 5

Yesterday I published Swindle Town, Book 5 in my Gen Delacourt Mystery Series, and here I am again, riding the learning curve and sharing wins, errors, and vulnerabilities with anyone who cares to read about them. I’ve done the same following publication of Book 2, Book 3, and Book 4, and although I really hope […]

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How To Stage A Comeback

Meet Author Ben Wallace! I’ve recently undertaken a great rebranding and an overhaul of how I go about marketing my books. Molly was kind enough to invite me here to share the how, why and what I’m doing. Thank you, Molly. In the world of self-published books, I use to be somebody. Not a big […]

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