Marketing Your Books

Inspiration & Information

What is a Book?

It’s not a trick question—What is a book? — but I‘m finding it a little difficult to answer. If you check the dictionary the answer entails the explanation of pages of “written or printed sheets bound together between a front and back cover”. If you read far enough the term

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Strength in Numbers

There are some of us who tend to fly solo. I can be like that. By nature, I’m an introvert who has no trouble being alone for hours or days or possibly even weeks at a time. I’m usually self-motivated and go after goals on my own. It isn’t that

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Social Intelligence: a must for social media marketing

Social intelligence is an absolute must for our social media marketing to be truly effective. There is plenty of advice on how to market your book in our social media world. But there is a serious lack of understanding of something that goes far deeper into how to market a

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Book Reviews: Special Helps for Authors and Readers

[This blog post is a collaboration between two of our members, and a great job they did! Nancy Kuykendall and Eileen Moynihan were in class when I was talking about writing book reviews. They graciously accepted the challenge to collaborate and write a blog post about that very thing. Enjoy

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Promoting Family-Friendly Literature

Here’s a simple, low profile, no cost way to do so: Check out eBookChristian, Christianbook.com or Amazon to find a title that interests you. Then borrow it from your local library. If your library doesn’t have it, ask them to bring it in from one of their partner libraries, or

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Amplifying Our Voices

Are you an author looking for ways to amplify your voice and those of like-minded authors? Here are a few that involve minimal time on your part. Join Goodreads here. You can be open (post a photo and detailed bio), or reclusive (post your first name and a picture of

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