Category Archives for "Publishing"

Feb 25

7 Insider Tips You Need to Learn from Self-Pub Pros by guest @sarahannjuckes

By Rachel Thompson | Author Marketing

Please welcome honored guest Sarah Juckes today sharing seven amazing book marketing tips that work! Sarah Juckes is a writer and self-publishing expert who blogs for UK Literary Agent database, AgentHunter. Bookmark this one, writer friends. Tons of great info and practical examples you can use.  What is means to be an ‘author’ has changed radically […]

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Jul 22

Difference Between BetaReaders and ARC Readers: What You Need To Know by @MelissaFlicks

By Rachel Thompson | Author Marketing

Please welcome Melissa Flicks, my cohost for #BookMarketingChat, author assistant extraordinaire, and general whirlwind. Melissa explains the difference between betareaders and ARC readers, and why it’s important writers know the difference.  During our latest #BookMarketingChat, we briefly touched on the topic of betareaders and ARC readers. Since we didn’t have time to discuss them in detail […]

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Jun 17

Don’t Make These 5 mistakes When Querying Agents and Publishers w/ @EvatopiaLit

By Rachel Thompson | Blog

Please welcome guest author, Margery Walshaw, founder of Evatopia, Inc., a multi-media company with divisions supporting literary management, publishing, and marketing. Clients range from individuals to major publishing firms. As Principal of Evatopia, Margery has served as an editor and publicist to novelists who are published by Berkley, Simon & Schuster, St. Martin’s Press, and Scholastic. […]

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May 24

How Do I Get Local Bookstores to Carry My Books? by @nblackburn01

By Naomi Blackburn | Author Marketing

Camela Cami Thompson asked,[share ] “How do I get a bookstore to carry my books?”[/share] Excellent question, Camela! Unfortunately, there is no easy answer. I frequently hear authors complain that independent bookstores won’t carry their books for personal reasons, or because there is a dislike or disdain for independently published books. While this could be […]

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