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How A Pantser Outlines: My Method

by Molly Greene, @mollygreene ​I’m a panster at heart. But there’s no denying that outlining does help an author write faster, so I do a bit of it before each book. Outlining helps. I have to backtrack less, revise less, and it gives me an opportunity to think up cool scenes I might have otherwise […]

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How To Get Your Books Into Global Markets

by Jen Minkman @JenMinkman For indies, getting your book into the hands of foreign readers is no mean feat. Of course English is a global language and is therefore one of the best ways to reach international readers, but there’s still a considerable threshold. For one, people often prefer to read books in their native […]

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Trad Publishing: I Did It My Way

by Sue Coletta, @SueColetta1 The last time I was a guest on Molly’s blog, I discussed Pursuing a Trad-Published Dream. That process paid off for me. After sending out query letters to agents for my novel, Marred, I decided to go direct to publishers. This can be tricky, because if you shop your book around […]

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The Easy Way To Price Match FREE On Amazon

by Molly Greene I once waited a month for Amazon to price match a book to free, sending them daily encouragement by submitting the info via their input link, “Would you like to tell us about a lower price?” When it didn’t happen, I begged friends to help. It still never happened. That’s when I […]

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Audience Building Via Contests & Giveaways

by MM Jaye, @MMJaye We’ve all seen or entered other authors’ giveaways, but if you’re still on the fence about holding one of your own, here are the answers to basic questions you may have, plus some useful tips and tools to guide you through the process. Why a giveaway? The Holy Grail for every […]

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Reviews Matter: Why & How To Get Them

by Molly Greene In honor of my debut novel receiving its 200th review, I’m blogging about book reviews, how to get them, and why they matter. For those of you struggling to get reviews or just starting out in the biz, be aware I was there once: a newbie with one (unreviewed!) title published, as […]

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Why Change Your Book Cover Artwork?

by Rachel Amphlett You know that saying, “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it?” Well, by the end of 2014, it was pretty evident to me that something was seriously wrong with the covers for the first two books in my Dan Taylor thriller series. I needed to fix them. And Yes, Readers Do Judge […]

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