New Release Highlights: Eliesmore and the Green Stone

This past weekend was a roller coaster of emotional excitement as I released the third novel in my epic fantasy series. It’s also the second book I released this year and, as planned, the highlight of my book releases. The Bad News There were a few things that went...
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Benefits of Booking A Blog Tour

Have you considered booking a blog tour to help you reach more readers? In the traditional publishing world, it’s normal to send an author on a book tour, where they hop from bookstore to bookstore, signing copies, reading aloud, or speak to the audience. Since we...
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From Blank to Publish: A Novel Writing Blueprint For Fiction Authors

Today's post is a guest blog by Author and Infopreneur: Stephanie BwaBwa. It’s no mystery most people view writing a novel as a daunting task. But what if today you were given a novel writing blueprint that would obliterate all your fears? The main question every...
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New Release Highlights: Eliesmore and the Green Stone

This past weekend was a roller coaster of emotional excitement as I released the third novel in my epic fantasy series. It’s also the second book I released this year and, as planned, the highlight of my book releases. The Bad News There were a few things that went...

read more

Benefits of Booking A Blog Tour

Have you considered booking a blog tour to help you reach more readers? In the traditional publishing world, it’s normal to send an author on a book tour, where they hop from bookstore to bookstore, signing copies, reading aloud, or speak to the audience. Since we...

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Save Time and Energy by Using Viraltag for Social Media

Social media marketing. What words come to mind when you hear social media? As a blogger, brand, business, and author, we all know the implications of social media. It seems to be a necessary evil in the world. I enjoy discussing the topic of social media because it’s...

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Writing Habits of an Extrovert

What does your writing process look like? The more authors I talk to, the more I’m finding the writing process vastly differs from writer to writer. Honestly, I don’t believe there is a wrong way or right way to write your book. The key is, writing. As an extrovert,...

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What a Value Ladder Looks Like for A Self-Published Author

As an author, you have probably heard the phrase: Treat self-publishing like a business. Instead of just publishing a book and hoping to sell a few copies, you should have a business strategy in place to help you consistently grow your fan base and sell more books....

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Zero to Launch: A Self-Publishing Roadmap

Hitting publish is nerve wrecking. It doesn’t matter what it is. A blog post. A Tweet. A new book. There’s always a moment of hesitation, quickly replaced with total exuberance. Since releasing The Blended Ones the #1 question I’ve gotten is: What does it take to...

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An Honest Look at the Aftermath of a Fiction Book Launch

Back in February I took you behind the scenes of a fiction book launch and told you my plan for my first out of three book launches for 2017. Since the first launch is over, I thought I’d share what worked well, what went wrong, and what I’ll do differently next time....

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Promote your Book and Engage Readers with a Quiz

(This post contains affiliate links) Buzzfeed has a lot of quizzes and I often find myself sitting on the website, taking quiz after quiz for no reason. It’s fun. It amuses me. And I always want to know if I agree with my results, sometimes I do, sometimes I don’t....

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Author Resources to Make your Book Marketing Effortless

Have you ever felt like book marketing is overwhelming? Does it seem like doing a lot of busy work to get your name and your book out there with little to no results? This year I’m releasing three books, which means three book launches, and three ongoing book...

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Determining What Kind of Editor You Need

You know the writing process has several stages, but did you also know there are several stages of editing and types of editors? You may find yourself wondering what the next step is for your book manuscript, and you will likely need at least one of these three types...

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Behind the Scenes of a Fiction Book Launch

As many of you know, I write fiction books, more specifically, fantasy novels with huge, long word counts and hundreds of pages in an imaginary land I like to pretend is quite real. This year, I plan on releasing not 1, not 2, but 3 books in my epic fantasy series....

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