Month: March 2013

Are You The UnderDog? Will You Survive or Thrive?

Self-publishing has been an interesting journey thus far. It’s had its freakout moments (being pirated within 48 hours of book release) and its stunned moments of joyful disbelief (hitting the top 500 for all free Kindle books on Amazon.com while

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9 Essential Things Most Author Websites Need And Don’t Have

Do you have an author website? And yeah, I hear some of you saying you don’t need one because you aren’t published yet. Are you querying? Are you agented? Then it is time to start thinking about finding and connecting

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What To Do When Your Book Has Been Pirated On Amazon

NOTE: You will want to read this post whether you are indie or traditionally published or even just thinking about publishing. This is an important topic and one that is growing more concerning for ALL authors. I received a very

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The Benefits of Running a Goodreads Ad

Last week I introduced you to Judy Croome whom I met while working on “The Fall: Tales From the Apocalypse.” When “The Fall” was released, Judy rocked a Goodreads giveaway, getting “The Fall” added to many Goodreads reader’s shelves. Curious

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How to Hold a Successful Goodreads Giveaway

While working on “The Fall: Tales From the Apocalypse,” I met South African author, Judy Croome. When “The Fall” was released, she rocked a Goodreads giveaway, getting “The Fall” added to many Goodreads reader’s shelves. Curious about the ins and

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