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...
Updated August 19, 2019 By the time you put your signature onto a contract with a self-publishing company, you should be very, very confident you and your book are going to be in good hands. So before you take that final step, Self-Publishing Relief lets you in on the...
Whether your "happily-ever-after" involves an engagement ring or an ISBN, more and more people are using the Internet to find a love match. According to a recent online study, approximately one-third of married couples met online. And when readers are searching for a...
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