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An Author’s Guide to Planning a Book Launch

As authors, finishing a book you’ve poured your blood, sweat and tears into and getting it ready for publication is an exciting time. It’s tempting to want to take a break and relish the feeling...

5 Tips to Pick the Genre You’re Meant to Write In

Finding the genre for your book is a step that doesn’t get spoken about much. Many people out there want to be an author but can’t commit to a genre.

5 Tips for Getting Your Book Noticed on Amazon

Though writing a book is an undoubtedly impressive achievement, veteran authors will know it’s only half the publishing battle. The other — arguably more important — half is marketing your book to the right people.

7 Questions to Ask Before Creating Your Book Marketing Plan

A book marketing plan is a document that outlines what you want to accomplish with your book, how you’ll do it, what you can afford to spend, and when you’ll do the work involved. If...

Building a Pathway to Success: How Small Goals Lead to More Book Sales

When it comes to publishing your book, all authors have the exact same goal in mind: to sell more books. And this is a great goal to have! But getting there can be a lot...

5 Quick Fixes For Making the Most of “Author Central” (and Why it Should be a Top Priority)

I’m a HUGE fan of free book promotion strategies and one of the best ones out there that can tend to be overlooked is Amazon Author Central.

Understanding Audible: What Is It and Should You Be Using It?

by Dave Chesson Wondering if publishing audiobooks is worth the time and money? Well, audiobooks are one of the biggest new markets for authors and it’s a great time to jump in, especially if you...

14 Creative Ideas for a Successful Pre-Order Campaign

As you create your book marketing plan, you may be thinking about doing a pre-order as a way of getting some early sales. But it takes more than just making your book available for a...

7 Mistakes to Weed Out When Editing Your Writing

by Dave Chesson Editing your own work can be a nightmare. Trust me, I know. I’ve been trying to figure out ways to improve my craft, and I figured what better way to learn than...