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Writing Copy for your Book Sales and Promotion

Some things to consider when writing copy for your book sales and promotion. Over the years there has been lots of discussion  on whether a short sales piece with lots of white space and less copy is better or whether long and detailed one that is crowed and lots of copy is the way to

Tip: Blogging Happy…not just about the New Year!

Happy New Year! We hear that every year at this time… only 5 more days to go. Do you know what you’ll be doing? Will you start that blog to promote your book, it’s subject, your focus, your sharing with the world the who you are? Do you have a website… that has a blog?

Tip: Seasons Greetings! and Now is the time to Start/Finsih That Book!

Yep, it’s the Holidays and soon to be new year… what are your plans? How will you spend your time? Will you choose to write a book… could just be a little tip book… or that novel you have in your head in your day dreaming hours. START NOW! Write out that idea, find a

Tip: Purpose and intent-writing for why?

I’m not just a book designer, I also write and put books together. The book I wrote was about parenting, it received several awards, that made me happy. I wrote it for another project I was working on at the time, I needed to “become a bigger person” so I took a subject that I

Tip: Raining in California…interesting writing subjects

It never rains in California. Over the past 5-10 years that has become more true than we Californians want to believe. We are in a drought. I’m noticing more and more articles/posts/comments being created that center around how to life with and survive in this condition. In our digital world there doesn’t seem to ever

IBPA … a good place to start

I took a trip over tot he IBPA website to search out their mailings to libraries since so many of the authors I’ve been working with are interested in library distribution. I found a couple pages you might not know are there. The IBPA has a page and special marketing offers I’ve used

A benefit of reading… fiction mostly

A short note about an article I found about reading fiction. And, maybe a tip for you non-fiction writers out there to add more stories to your manuscripts to assist in the overall acceptance and stickiness of your content. http://mic.com/articles/104702/science-shows-something-surprising-about-people-who-love-reading-fiction Remember do something everyday toward the creation and promotion of your book, product, or company.

Writer’s Block be gone! Finishing Your Book. I’m not just a Book Designer…

I don’t believe in writer’s block. (I can hear the gasps of disbelief already.) I make this statement based on my experience writing an award winning parenting book. So my experience is for non-fiction more than fiction. But I would think that much of what I outline could cover both.  I believe that if we

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Writing Articles For Your Book, Service or Business

I’d like to say it’s tough out there, but then, it’s always been a challenge to promote a business… that’s what advertising and networking are for…and today the action of attracting targeted traffic to your website cannot be overemphasized. Fortunately, there are many different website promotion strategies you can use to drive traffic to your

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What Are You Doing to Help Make Your Book Website Interesting

Make Your book website interesting.  Consider basing your build design on these two principles: 1.)  that a person is interested in themselves 2.) that they are interested in other people.” Ask yourself “What will make your home/or/book page interesting?” Good design plays an important part in your site’s being received. AND even more if you

Figuring Out What Makes a Great Book Title

Book publishing companies hire professional copywriters for figuring out what makes a great book title or “headline” because book publishing is big business; so there is a lot of thought that goes into making their titles as commercially-viable as possible.  Many well-known and highly successful books started out with other titles and grew into the

Write a Book, Make a Difference in the World

Make a difference in the World… sounds good doesn’t it? When you write a book and even with the basic of promotion or internet exposure it, you, will live on. And the more you contribute the longer it will live, as very seldom will any info be erased from the internet. There are sites that

Publishing Self Publishing

Traditional Publishing or Self Publishing and Promotion?

Traditional Publishing or Self Publishing… a question I get asked many times in initial conversations. There was a time when becoming an author was “like totally out there” and seen as unreachable for most of us. Then, something happened and

What’s happening in the digital world and how piracy is being looked at…

One of my threads just started talking about the how the music industry is dealing with digital piracy and the effects it’s having on the overall revenue… likening this to what will/might happen in other industries as this effect trickles down into books, artwork and such.   Will the self-publishing ebook go the way of

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News: The Differences between Reading Digital and Physical Books

I read more pbooks (physical books) than ebooks (digital) and I do lots of research online… mostly I find that the sitting posture for reading online disturbing as I work at a computer all day so it seems like work. I can understand how the article relates online reading to research, the ability to scan

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