The final pages of a book often contain supporting or explanatory material such as an index or a glossary, but at Self-Publishing Relief we know that your book’s back matter can do so much more! This is prime real estate for sections that can forge and strengthen...
You already know some of the strategies that self-published authors use to generate interest from book clubs and sell more books. And since you have a great “book me” page on your author website, it’s easy for book club coordinators to invite you to call in and speak...
Writer, one of the best ways to market yourself and your book is through promotions to book clubs and reader groups. If you’re a self-published author with an entrepreneurial spirit, here’s a guide to marketing your book to book clubs in order to help generate book...
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