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On Marketing Your Books

I’ve never been one to learn things the easy way; the school environment just taught me to hate the school environment. I learn best by doing a bit of research – talking to people and asking questions, mainly, and then … Continue reading

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Comments to a reader on Kristen Lamb’s new blog post

One of my readers, Cindy, who is also a new friend, sent me an email about Kristen Lamb’s recent post (titled “Five Mistakes KILLING Self-Published Authors” ) this morning, and asked if I agree with what she had to say. Here’s … Continue reading

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Let’s Talk about Selling and Other Stuff

Marketing, promotion and selling are all separate activities with the same goal of Increasing your market share, and thus your profitability. Nobody has ever accused me of being a guru in any of those fields, which is a good thing, … Continue reading

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The Advantages and Disadvantages of Self Publishing

  I’ve posted entries to this blog on traditional publishing vs. self publishing before. Here I want to concentrate on what you can expect once you do decide to self publish you work. “A man who works for himself has … Continue reading

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The Business of Writing

  Writing a book of any genre in order to build an income –whether it be fiction or non-fiction – can take a month, or six months or a year or more. After the first few days the writer begins … Continue reading

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The Business of Writing

  Writing a book of any genre in order to build an income –whether it be fiction or non-fiction – can take a month, or six months or a year or more. After the first few days the writer begins … Continue reading

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