What Should (And Shouldn’t) Be in Your Author Bio

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Trying to write about yourself in only a few sentences is a lot easier said than done. But if you aren’t Toni Morrison or Stephen King, telling your audience who you are matters. If you want more readers adding your book to their shopping cart, you have to tell them

January Featured Title: Divorce Pool

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Our January featured title is by Philip Buckman!Divorce Pool is about four middle-aged friends scattered across the American Southwest who search for new connections in the bustling madness of adulthood. They want more than what a standard landline call has to offer. So, they meet once a year to

5 Social Media Tips to Meet Your Marketing Goals

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When it comes to scrolling through social media, you’re a pro. But using social media to promote your book is a different story. Social media is a beautiful thing, but it can be difficult to know where to start when promoting your book. We listed some tips to help get

October Feature: Finding Cover

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Our October featured title is by Becca Bredholt! Praised as having a “natural and easy storytelling ability,” Becca is an award-winning poet and writer who has been featured in many notable news outlets, such as Huffington Post, Yahoo Travel, and Orlando MagazineFinding Cover is a romance story gone wrong. Having met

A Publishing Glossary Perfect for First-Time Authors

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We know the publishing process can be overwhelming and long, especially when you’re thrown new terms at (what feels like) every corner. So, we created a glossary of publishing words to prevent first-time authors from having to consult Google every time they encounter a new term. With just one review

The Complete Guide to Writing A Compelling Book Description

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It’s one in the morning and muffin crumbs and pencils have made a home in your untamed hair. “It’s just a few sentences,” you tell yourself. We’ve all been there, spending way too long on a book description and not knowing what to write.  Avoid getting into these frenzy nighttime