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Things to consider when writing a book review.

If you find writing a book review a little intimidating, then check out this informative article by author Melissa Bowersock on things to consider when writing a review. 26 more words

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Getting ready for a successful book fair

The warm-weather months are upon us, and this often means book festivals, book fairs, conferences, and other events. So, this seemed like as good a time as any to offer some tips on what authors need when selling their books at events.

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Writing vs. Science

“Experts tend to fill their novels with esoteric information that gets in the way of the story, so choose your atmospheric/tech descriptions wisely…Because what the vast majority of people want is good stories. 27 more words

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Promotions: What Type to Use When

“As indie authors, we have a wealth of types of marketing and promotional opportunities available to us. However, some types aren’t as effective as others, and some are more effective when you’re farther along in your career. 184 more words

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Spotlight on #Indie, Chris James

Six months ago I published Repulse: Europe at War 2062-2064, and those of you who know me well, also know what I saw when I looked at that word “Repulse” on the cover, and therefore why its modest success is just a mite ironic.

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Never say Goodbye

Photo copyright K. S. Brooks. Do not use without attribution.

This is my first attempt at flash fiction.  The photograph above is the inspiration for this  279 more words

You want your book to sell, right?

“Whether you design your own book exterior and interior or are working with a professional, here are a few precepts that will guide you towards a better product, and thus more sales. 113 more words

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