Competition is tough–Take it from me.

Along with the indie revolution, comes extremely low prices on books. Most are around $3-$5 dollars for dgital copies. SOme are een as low as $.99. This is where I’m struggling. Yes. I’m admitting that I am struggling with the competition. My book is published through a small publisher, and I really love my publisher. […]

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Looking for a future publisher? Try mine!

Moonstone is in the queue over at Martin Sisters Publishing. We’ll be prepping it for release very soon. Before the second book in the series is released, however, I must give a shout out to my awesome publisher.   Martin Sisters Publishing is a quickly growing small publisher that really cares about the books they […]

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The Importance of Having a Blog

In the land of book marketing, blogging is an important part of expanding your reach and CONNECTING with readers. Here are some reasons you need to blog if you have a book out: It helps you practice writing more. You may not be writing the next best seller, but blog posts are a great way […]

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8 Tips on creating ATTENTION GRABBING headlines!!

I’ve recently picked up a few books on generating interesting headlines, my favorite is 555 Hot Marketing Headlines. ($.99 on Amazon at time of posting) The book mentioned above gives you examples of headlines and has a host of other resources at the end. Anyways, here’s what I learned from this book and other books: Use numbers! […]

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Scrivener: The best $40 I ever spent on writing!

Okay, I was introduced to Scrivener by a friend of mine. What is Scrivener you ask? It’s a word processor specifically for writers. Using this extremely inexpensive program, you can write, edit, format and publish anything from a full novel to a short story. There are also templates for scriptwriting, comic book writing and non-fiction writing. […]

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