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Getting Your Promotional Ducks in a Row for 2019

If you are like me, the beginning of the year is filled with enthusiasm and new projects, and that’s great! But is that also great when the project is the publishing of your new book? Maybe not so much...If we…

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Indie Publishing and Book Distribution

By the time their second book is published, Indie authors should know enough about book distribution to understand the differences between a distributor, a wholesaler, and a bookstore or online bookseller. Okay, for those that don't know this is the…

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Authors – What NOT to Do When Promoting in Bookstores

By far the hardest thing an author has to learn to do when their first book comes out is promoting. I was lucky in that I had worked in retail in my younger years, so all I had to do…

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Interview with Georgann Prochaska – Author of “Murder Comes to the Vineyard”

MURDER COMES TO THE VINEYARD Georgann Prochaska Outskirts Press (2018) ISBN 9781478798521 Reviewed by Christine Watson for Reader Views (11/18) Georgann Prochaska grew up in the Chicago area, studied literature at Illinois State University, and taught high school students for…

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Book Sales Accounting – When Reality Sets In

Many of us have been here already. Right before our first book launches, we have about five thousand copies, a book tour set up, and our suitcase packed with optimism.  As the year moves along and book sales slow down…

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Interview with Anna Dopico, Author of “To Make Riders Faster”

To Make Riders Faster A Dopico Consulting Inc. (2018) ISBN 9781775052708 Interviewed by Sheri Hoyte for Reader Views (10/18) Anna Dopico never imaged herself as a writer but felt compelled to write the story of Phil White and Gerard Vroomen,…