July 28: Book, Newsletter, and Website Launches

Posted Jul 28 2015

Books A Wish On Gardenia Street by Shelley Shepard Gray Good things may come to those who wait, but Mattie Miller is confident that great things come to those who go after what they want…and Mattie wants Danny Brenneman. Danny is the reason she’s returned to the sunny Amish community of Pinecraft, Florida—well, that and to see […]

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July 21: Book, Newsletter, and Website Launches

Posted Jul 21 2015

Book Launches Nursing the Soldier’s Heart by Merrillee Whren Nurse Kirsten Bailey places her family above all else. She refuses to give former army medic Brady Hewitt any leeway for being weeks late in visiting his ill grandmother. But Brady has a good excuse, and he’s eager to show the pretty nurse that first impressions […]

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Where are my fans?

Posted Jul 19 2015 in , , , ,

Readers are everywhere… if you know where to look (and how!)

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Why do I need a Media Room? What Should be in it?

Posted Jul 19 2015 in , , , ,

Are you ready for your close-up? With a well designed, complete online Media Room, you will be.

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Creating useful front and back matter

Posted Jul 17 2015 in , , ,

In fiction, it may be all about the story – but when it comes to publishing, what comes before and after that story is key.

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Promoting other authors in your back matter

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Want to extend the value of your book to readers – and forge a positive connection with another author? Cross Promote.

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The value of identifying your key author peers

Posted Jul 15 2015 in , , ,

Why take the time to cultivate relationships with your author peers? You mean, besides because authors are awesome???

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July 14: Book, Newsletter and Website Launches

Posted Jul 14 2015

Book Launches Promises & Pina Colatas by Elizabeth Bemis Back in college, Annie never wanted to settle down, while Ben dreamed of making it big. But one celebratory night, a pact made over a particularly wicked pitcher of pina coladas caught them both by surprise: if either of them needed anything, (anytime, anywhere) the other […]

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Why you should read your book aloud before you call it done

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A simple trick with profound effects, you can make a good book great – by bringing a second sense to the party.

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Identifying a Pricing Strategy

Posted Jul 10 2015

How much should you charge for your ebook? The answer depends on a few key decisions that only you can make.

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