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News: Great Southeast Book Festival 2016 — Call for Entries

I get a lot of notices for Book awards... here is one with a deadline of Feb. 14. Contact them at their url below.------Deadline submissions in each category must be received by the close of business on February 14, 2016 .--------------------THE 2016 GREAT SOUTHEAST BOOK FESTIVAL - CALL FOR ENTRIES NEW ORLEANS_The 2016 Great Southeast Book Festival has issued a call for entries to its annual competition honoring the best books of the late winter/spring. The Great Southeast Book Festival will...

Technology Economy and Self Publishing… inching it's way to no longer being seen as "vanity" AND It's about time.

Many of you might not realize that I'm not only a graphic designer, self publishing and book/business consultant/coach. I am also a fine artist and publish books about my artwork and other artists. And many-a-time they are sneered at and labeled vanity books. I recently came across an article about how the publishing industry is changing... yes, still! This change seems to begin as the authors...

Library Mailings for your Book

There are many different ways to have your book seen, read, talked about. One is having it in a Library. One way to get seen is to be included what is called a "Library Mailing". It is a fee service and listed below  are two pretty well known services to consider, there are others so be sure to run your own search. IBPA Library Mailings - Your promotional flyer is combined with others from IBPA members and mailed to acquisition librarians throughout the U.S. Flyers reach public, school,...

Email Marketing Tip regarding Subject line length. This Study Shows…

You might be thinking... I'll never be doing any email marketing... so what does it matter what I write. Oh, well, there is a science for everything and the people over at mailermailer did a test on email response and subject length. Here is a tip they placed and I copied from http://www.mailermailer.com... "Tip: There's a myth that you can't use the word "free" in an email subject line because you'll be filtered as spam. Don't believe it. Free is one of the top ten words in our word...
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