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Do I need a website as one of my book marketing ideas?   As a first time author, you’re probably thinking you need a website for marketing reasons. What better way to sell books, right? The cold hard truth is this, websites … Continue reading

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How do novice writers work through frustrations such as critical thinking, writer’s block, and fear of rejection? As many of you know, I’m a huge supporter of local authors. Their books are unique, entertaining and has very little “politically corrected” … Continue reading

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What is the correct manuscript format for submission to a publisher or agent? Okay, you’re done writing and have a completed manuscript. You’ve reviewed and edited as much of it as you possibly can. Now it’s time to get down … Continue reading

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How do I have successful book signings? For many first time authors this is a daunting question. No one teaches an author what to expect when it comes to scheduling and attending a book signing. They are expected to learn … Continue reading

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How do I prepare for rejections after sending out my query letters? This is a hard career from the beginning. We pour our souls into the characters, giving them life. Our hearts go out to them when our minds have … Continue reading

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