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marketing, publication, self-publishing

Patreon account and the dream

I have a problem. And that problem is being disabled. I mean, inherently when you have a chronic illness that disables you it sucks. And it is an unsolvable problem... just one you can improve sometimes via 8000.456 methods you have to try. It is not the problem I am talking about. It is a… Continue reading Patreon account and the dream

book promotion, marketing, Writing

Book blurb blues

  So I want to update all my blurbs. Because apparently this is vital and I agree. So I have been trying with White Witch Haven book 1. I have asked for assistance and: I put too much information in (so I took it out) I put too little information (so I screamed) I am… Continue reading Book blurb blues

marketing, Writing

Marketing: The author platform

  In 7 Reasons Books Fail to Sell the number #2 reasons aside from the book itself and the cover is the author platform or lack thereof. It basically helps with book marketing when we have an established author platform to achieve that with. I know an author who recently published who has no social media… Continue reading Marketing: The author platform

White witch fantasy fiction book White Witch
book promotion, marketing, self-publishing

New promotional images

You know sometimes I much about with various apps to find something that will work for book promotion. Here are the book promotion images I came up with using a new app. These book promotional images are in addition to ones: Utilizing those awesome reviews you get Using a book blurb Having just a short blurb… Continue reading New promotional images

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marketing, self-publishing

Writer woes: Marketing and the author platform

Writing is my thing. And I write books. Then I self-publish them. And... then what? Book marketing and maintaining your author platform. All skills we learn along the way. Book promotion and marketing I wasted two hours of my life on a video presentation on how to basically how to successfully market your book. It was… Continue reading Writer woes: Marketing and the author platform