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Hook ‘em Hard (Part Three)

A 3-Part Series on the Book Selling Process Hook ‘em Hard (Part Three) This is a three-part series on getting a reader to buy your book. Be sure to read part one and part two.  As you’ll recall from our last blog post, the third thing that sells a reader on your book is the […]

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Self-Publishing or Traditional: Which One is Right for You?

@KatieMcCoach FOR THOSE THAT are planning to self-publish a book, you may have heard by now that self-publishing is a business. It’s your business, and treating your business with professionalism and enlisting in the required help will help your business (books) succeed. For those seeking agent representation, this idea also holds true, however a publisher is […]

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5 Things Authors Can Outsource to a Virtual Assistant

Guest post by Jordan Hansen Writing is generally a pretty solitary thing. You get your coffee, your laptop, and a comfy chair, maybe you put on a highly curated playlist, and you go. Because writing is so personal in nature, it’s not usually considered a task that can be shared. While I would agree with the […]

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Words of Wisdom for Writers

When I attended the Romance Writers of America conference in July this year I gained tons of valuable insight from successful authors, editors, and more. I collected these tidbits of advice and words of wisdom for writers and I wanted to share them with you here. Some of this may be obvious, or insightful, or […]

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