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Winner! Global Ebook Awards!

A.S Chung’s LGBT children’s picture book about marriage equality has won Silver in the annual Dan Poynter’s Global Ebook Award for 2016! Wishful Wedding, although a children’s book, was entered into the Fiction – Gay/Lesbian/LGBT category. 220 more words

PictureBook

Ecstasy of #1 in Free downloads

Ecstasy of having my book UNHOLY REVENGE reach #1 in Amazon downloads for Serial Killers has sent me into a whirl. Albeit they are FREE downloads and not sales. 244 more words

Books

Cover Reveal: The Unhappy Wife

eBook pre-orders available August 4, 2016.

Paperback available October 20, 2016.

 

Synopsis

Twelve women share one thing in common – the quest for being happily married to the men they chose; however, each one finds herself in an unexpected marital predicament. 227 more words

Blogger

Why Most Facebook Events Are Awful & How Yours Can Be Different

How you approach Facebook events makes all the difference.

For my first book, I basically just used the Facebook event as a milestone marker. I didn’t actually intend to do anything “during” the event, I didn’t post any news or updates about my book leading up to the event, there weren’t any games or giveaways announced through the event. 432 more words

Writing Life

Tips for Creating Your First Freelancer (Writing) Site

Continuing my paying-it-forward series of posts, I present to you today another one of my new friends, Duke Vukadinovic.

You may or may not be aware that in my… 1,026 more words

Marketing

Connie Flanagan reblogged this on Everything Indie and commented:

An excellent resource for bloggers.

New marketing plans, a magic hashtag {Ramblings On}

I’ve been  trying diligently to get the first draft of Indiot finished, which has been at the expense of blogging. I won’t lie, there have been long morning walks on the beach with the d… 72 more words

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It’s Up To You

When considering how to market your self-published books, it’s worth considering the consumer. In this article, Kristine Kathryn Rusch discusses some creative ways of marketing music in the past and how they can be used by self-publishers to market their books. 42 more words

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