Category: Book Publicity

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I and You by Beverly Garside and Illustrator Lucas Duimstra

Author: books-and-ashes A good graphic novel with an interesting premise, I and You by Beverly Garside and illustrated by Lucas Duimstra I and YouBeverly Garside Illustrated: Lucas Duimstra Published: 3rd September, 2013CreateSpace Summary: It is the year 2098. Sara Storm has just come of age in a republic founded upon
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Book Review: Succession Planning for Financial Advisors

Author: cfainstitute Succession Planning for Financial Advisors: Building an Enduring Business. 2014. David Grau, Sr. Reviewed by Ian Robertson, CFA Financial professionals who serve retail clients balance two primary tasks: providing expert investment management or advice and offering consistent and superior service to clients. Those who work for larger brokerage...
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99 Days by Katie Cotugno

Author: books-and-ashes 99 Days by Katie Cotugno 99 Days Katie Cotugno Published: 21st April, 2015Balzer + Bray Genre: Contemporary, Romance Age: Young Adult From: Edelweiss Summary: Day 1: Julia Donnelly eggs my house my first night back in Star Lake, and that’s how I know everyone still remembers everything—how I destroyed
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More books reviews

Author: julie-leblanc Two more of my book reviews are now online and there’s at least one more to come. Reading them over again, you can tell I was a bit conflicted with The Winter Horses. Learning about Przewalski’s horses, though, was fascinating. I may have to hunt down some more books...
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A Double Dose of Book Reviews

Author: christybis A Double Dose of Book Reviews #scifi #memoir Welcome to this week in reading, and it’s time for your host Christy to take the stage ((enter theme music, anything but Jaws please)). Okay, okay, let’s be serious. Here are my reviews of two books I recently read. They are...
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The Rule of Three by Katerina Martinez

Author: books-and-ashes Check out my review for The Rule of Three by @IAmKatMartinez, second book in the Amber Lee Mysteries series! The Rule of Three (Amber Lee Mysteries #2) Katerina Martinez Published: 31st January, 2015 Summary: A young witch is haunted by a shadowy spectre. Is it fate given form
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The Dark Choir series by J. P. Sloan

Author: books-and-ashes Dorian’s conflict with Netherwork forces scales up in these books; The Dark Choir series by J. P. Sloan The Curse Merchant (The Dark Choir #1) J. P. Sloan Published: 14th September, 2014Curiosity Quills Press Genre: Urban Fantasy Age: Adult From: Purchased via Amazon Summary: Dorian Lake spent
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The Stepsister’s Tale by Tracy Barrett

Author: books-and-ashes A different kind of retelling for Cinderella; The Stepsister’s Tale by Tracy Barrett! The Stepsister’s Tale Tracy Barrett Published: 1st January, 2014Harlequin Teen Genre: Retelling Age: Young Adult From: Harlequin Teen giveaway Summary: What really happened after the clock struck midnight? Jane Montjoy is tired of being
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Let’s Get Visible: How To Get Noticed And Sell More Books

Author: inforockstar Let’s Get Visible: How To Get Noticed And Sell More BooksLet’s Get Visible By Dave Gaughran A stellar piece from author Dave Gaughran on writing and publishing. This book, titled Let’s Get Visible: How To get Noticed And Sell More Books (Book 2), is for authors who are suffering
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Blog your way to a book

Author: book-launch-biz Blog your way to a book An easy way to integrate your regular business-building activities with your publishing ambitions is to blog your way to a book. This way of producing a book has many advantages but it does require some planning. Blogging your way to a book does...
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A Memoir Writer’s First Year in Blogging Adventure by Marian Beaman

Author: krpooler A Memoir Writer’s First Year in Blogging Adventure by Marian BeamanPosted by Kathleen Pooler/@kathypooler with Marian Beaman/@martabeaman “I don’t really know how things will turn out until I start making them. They don’t always look like I thought they would, so sometimes I’m surprised.”Lifewriting Author and Teacher Sharon
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Sell More Books: Your First 1000 Copies

Author: bookmarketingtools Many authors sell maybe only a few hundred copies of their books. Others sell far less than that. Tim Grahl from the Out:reach group and author of “Your First 1000 Copies” likes to help authors get over that initial hump. He believes in reaching out to readers and...
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What is Guest Posting?

Dave Crader, Web Marketing Strategist at Evolve Creative Group, explains what guest posting is and why it’s so important for online marketing. He’ll review f…
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Clear the clutter in your book marketing

Author: theproofangel Clear the clutter in your book marketingAre you marketing your book? It is difficult with so much out there already. This post has five ways to break through the clutter when you are promoting a book. Speaking as a hoarder in the middle of a house move, I can say
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Three ways to blog your book

Author: book-launch-biz Three ways to blog your bookIf sitting down to write a book seems daunting, you might like to blog your book instead. This method of writing has many benefits including getting two jobs done in one go: blogging regularly and publishing a book. It is a method that can
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Market to Book Ratio

This video demonstrates how to calculate a firm’s Market to Book Ratio and illustrates how the Market to Book Ratio can be useful in comparing two firms with…
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Smith Publicity: Book Marketing Gone Wrong

Author: uapsocial [This article was written by guest contributor Dan Smith, Founder of Smith Publicity, Inc.] Competitive doesn’t begin to describe today’s book market. According to Bowker, thousands of books/ebooks are published each week, with self-published or indie published books gaining popularity each year. Authors working to build their