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Feedly: Keep Up With Industry News!

“Feedly: organize, read and share what matters.” A while back I published an article titled The Best Websites For Self-Published Authors. As I said in that post, one effective way to stay up to date with what’s happening in the publishing world is to tune in to what successful authors and service providers are discussing […]

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6 Tips For Effective Online Book Promotion

By Laura Fredericks, founder and CEO of Describli As an author, you already know how to share your story in your books. But are you just as effective at sharing your story when it comes to online book promotion? Sadly, for most writers, the answer is no. Promoting your business can feel like intruding, and […]

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How To Stage A Comeback: An Update

by Benjamin Wallace, Professional Author A couple of months ago Molly let me share with you my plans on staging a comeback as an author. Now, I’m back to share what updates I can just to see how full of it I was. First let’s look at what I did in each phase: Phase One: […]

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Movin’ On Up

Last week I mentioned I was up to my eyeballs in Mr. Clean’s Magic Erasers (they ARE magic, by the way) and said I’d tell more soon. So here it is: I am finally really, really close to getting my house ready to be listed for sale. Long-time readers will know I publicly declared selling […]

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My Dec 2014 – Feb 2015 Book Royalties

I’m talkin’ dough. Not a lot. I know this post will make a few fellow authors shriek and moan and rend their clothes, so I want to say upfront that I am not urging or advising others to put their books in KDP Select. I never thought I would ever be exclusive to one sale […]

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6 Lessons Learned Between Books 4 & 5

I recently 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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