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Leaps of Faith

Originally published on www.writerschatstew.com by Sonja Hegman Publishing a book is terrifying. With memoir, one worries what their loved ones will think of them. With career/business books, one worries that people will call them a quack, a hack, a dumbass. With fiction, well, there’s a lot with...

5 Tips to Position Your Book for an International Publisher

Originally published on authorsboutique.com by Sherrie Wilkolaski Positioning your book to entice an international publisher is easier than you might think. There are several inexpensive tools that give an author an edge when going after an international market. International publishers are on a constant...

Digital Age Lends Advantage to Indie Authors

Originally published on authorsboutique.com by Gillian Nicol The publishing world is changing and that’s a fact. Gone are the days of piles of rejection letters and agents; being replaced instead by on demand eBooks and indie author sensations. Okay well, that’s not entirely true. Traditional publishing is...

Debut Author’s Survival Guide

by D.L Wilson As a debut author I found the promotion of my novel to be as daunting as the actual writing process. If debut authors want to win readers and influence those other than friends and family to buy their book, they have to step up to the plate and become marketing gurus. That means utilizing as...

Developing Your Author Platform

Originally published on opendoorpublications.com by Sonja Hegman Your author platform is the single most important thing you can create for yourself. And I’m not kidding when I write this: You must start promoting at least a year ahead of your book’s release. This might sound ridiculous, but starting the...

Take Your Book to the Top of the Summer Charts

by Gillian Nicol The cool winter weather has finally left us for good and we’ve moved on to longer days and time spent outside enjoying the warm weather with family and friends. Many of us will be making trips to the beach or will curl up on the couch during an afternoon storm where we will more than likely...

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