Category Archives: marketing

Want Great Word-of-Mouth Advertising? Write a Great Book!

We hear so much lately about building a platform and social networking and “getting the word out” about our books. It’s true, and it’s important these days. However, let’s not overlook one very critical factor. As one marketing guru said, … Continue reading

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Marketing Help is Here!

The Frugal Book Promoter: Second Edition: How to get nearly free publicity on your own or by partnering with your publisher. I very rarely read an e-book and then buy the hard copy–but I did in this case. I have … Continue reading

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Embracing Changes as a Writer

I admit it. I don’t enjoy changes outside my control. I can change, and I seem to be adapting to some kind of personal or professional change on a weekly basis. [I’m going to ask you for a favor at … Continue reading

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Wounds from the Game

During the 1988 Jamboree encampment of 32,000 Boy Scouts, one troop (38 Scouts) led the entire Jamboree in cuts treated at the medical tent. The huge number of nicks from busy knives sounded negative until someone toured the camp and … Continue reading

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It’s All in the Numbers

Here you go!┬áSeven ways to help you get the writing done–and sold! 6 Things You Should Know About the Publishing World 7 Deadly Sins of Writing 5 Reasons Why You Need to Get Better at Saying ‘No’ 10 Essential Rules … Continue reading

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