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Find Your Readers Book Marketing Workshop: September 22!

Have you published a book but wish your sales were more robust? Perhaps your book is traditionally published and you’re disappointed with the amount of marketing and PR your publisher’s doing. Maybe you’re self-published and don’t know where to start or how to market your book. The hard truth is that no matter which way […]

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Self-Publish Like A Pro Workshop

  Are you working on a manuscript that you plan to self-publish? Don’t get daunted by the process. Learn everything you need to know to hit the “publish” button with confidence and authority in this one-day workshop. We’ll cover: distributors, exclusivity, book covers, editing, beta readers, ISBN numbers, front matter, back matter, ebooks vs. paperback, […]

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Act Before You Think

On a Facebook writers group I’m a member of, someone started a discussion by asking who among us were Indies, who were traditionally published, and who were “authors in waiting.” I suspected the term “author in waiting” to be someone with a completed manuscript who was waiting to either secure a literary agent, or a […]

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What Do Turkey, Canada, and Libraries Have in Common?

photo by Roberto Saltori Lots of great news to report on THE MEMORY BOX this month. That’s what you gotta love about books, right? If THE MEMORY BOX were a pair of jeans, it would have been old after six months. If it were a song, one month. A tuna sandwich, 2 days. But a […]

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An Open Letter to High School Graduates

Congratulations! Take a bow; you deserve it. I’m sure you worked very hard. High school is tough these days, and it’s nearly impossible to sail through without tenacity and effort, especially if you are ambitious and have your sights set on future greatness of some kind. By “future greatness,” of course, I mean your own […]

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