4 Tips for Getting Book Reviews

How to Get the Most Trusted Type of Promotion—the Elusive Book Review Do you know that most people say that an authentic product review is the most-trusted type of promotion? It influences their purchasing decision far more than paid advertising. Because reviews are from a third party and perceived as non-biased, people will read reviews

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Cozy Up With a Book from Our Fall Reading List

Time to trade in your swimsuit for warm mittens and grab these books for your fall reading list. Cuddle up next to a cozy fire with fuzzy slippers, hot apple cider, and your next novel.  Take a look at our fall reading list favorites, and find the perfect stories to read as the days grow shorter and the

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You Just Booked a Press Interview, Now What?

The Six Steps You Need to Take to Prepare for Your Media Interview As an author, one of the most exciting aspects of promoting your book is getting booked for a media interview. That interview might be for television, radio, a podcast, YouTube, a website, social media, a newspaper, a blog, or any combination. Once

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Fall into the Holidays with a Solid Book Marketing Plan

The 7 Must-Dos for Your Holiday Book Marketing Authors, get ready! The holiday gift-giving season is approaching fast. Do you have your book marketing plan in place? While you may be enjoying the final days of warm weather, don’t forget the importance of planning now for the holiday season. Whether you are launching your book

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These Books are Perfect for the Big Screen

Hollywood needs to take note, some of us don’t want to see another Spider Man reboot, these books are perfect for the big screen. Before screenwriters and producers get their hands on these stories, discover them for yourself. This list of books will ignite your imagination in ways a movie lacks. Take a break from

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The Art and Commerce Conundrum: An Excerpt from WriterCon Magazine

Do you struggle with creating writing that fulfills your passion as opposed to that which fills your pocketbook? Are you in a conundrum about which path to follow? Or can you make these seemingly parallel roads converge?  With over two decades in marketing, branding, and PR, particularly focusing on writers who are both creative and

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