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4 Powerful Book Promotions for Self Publish Authors

4 Powerful Book Promotions for Self Publish Authors

Marketing your book involves a lot of work. So it is best that we know how to promote our books strategically so we do not waste our efforts on something not effective at all. Here, let me share 4 powerful book promotion ideas that will change the game for your book’s visibility, and how to hit the hyper-targeted market to get more sales for your book.  1. Establish a blog or website.  Your blog or website will help you establish an authority in your niche/genre. Write down short articles or blogs that your target audience can consume. For example, if...

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5 Steps to a Successful Book Launch

5 Steps to a Successful Book Launch

Book launch offers great publicity chances and can be a rewarding way to kick off your book’s release.

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Top 6 Tools for Authors

Top 6 Tools for Authors

How can you make your work, and thus your life, as an author easier? What tools and resources do you need on hand to streamline your process? Today, I am sharing six tools that I use regularly - the best part is that all of these are on my phone so they’re always at my fingertips! 

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Getting the Kids to Read!

Getting the Kids to Read!

So the number one question authors on Instagram get is this: how can I get my child to love reading? While it’s a very frequently asked question, it’s also one of the most fun to answer because there are oh, so many ways. If you love books yourself, this will come so naturally to you and you’re probably already halfway there. But let’s say you’re one of those people who only read for homework, is there still hope for your kids? 

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Diversity in Children’s Books

Diversity in Children’s Books

You probably still remember the books that filled your shelves as a child. Rows and rows of colorful spines with the same white-washed stories. Characters named Jill and Jane and Sam and George, white Christmases and blue skies. Compelling stories that sucked you in but subconsciously made your experiences seem less important. How old were you when you realized this? What happened when and if you tried to change this?

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