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To Ad or Not

If you ask author, mom and activist Kat Biggie about Facebook ads, she’ll say it’s a toss up between its possibilities and limitations.

@BadRedheadMedia A1. Possibilities are endless!

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When Science Meets Book Marketing

In this post, author Nicholas C. Rossis summarises an article in The Economist about how arbitrary advantages given to start-up projects can be beneficial. (The results may surprise you.) 42 more words

Author Resources

Facebook Author Page

I finally broke down and made a Facebook Author Page. I don’t know what I was waiting for. I had thought it was going to be super complicated, but it was exceptionally easy. 232 more words


Creating a Mailing List

Since February, I’ve been struggling with getting a mailing list sign-up on my blog. The value of a mailing list for authors has been cited in numerous articles I’ve read. 311 more words


How to Write an Enticing Book Blurb

What pulls you in to actually read a novel? Many things. It starts with the cover… Maybe the reviews or a friend’s recommendations? But the book blurb seals the deal. 565 more words


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



Tweet Your Book

Twitter provides an excellent way to get your book out before the public. But if you’ve never been on twitter or written a tweet, here are a few tips. 296 more words