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Why You Need a Proofreader What is a proofreader? A proofreader is a type of editor. They double-check your book to rid it of small errors that cause distractions to…

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I think the better question is – why not? If you’re working to build a relationship with your reader, why approach it from the product, as in book marketing, instead…

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One of the issues I help authors with often is stepping outside of their comfort zone. I find this happens because many authors are introverts. So if you’re an introvert,…

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When the question you might want to ask yourself is, why aren’t I selling more books? The answer isn’t the same for every author. It’s not dependent on genre, it…

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Every author needs book reviews. But do you leave them? Call it reciprocity, reaping and sowing, or karma. As an author, leaving book reviews for other authors is just good…

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One of the first questions I ask an author.

Was your book professionally edited?  I thought this was a given – You write, you edit, you proofread and you publish. But the truth is, many self-published authors often skip this step due to the cost. And this will cost you. But if you do decide to skip this step, it could cost you more in sales.

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Is your work protected? Did you know that just because you added the word copyright and a year, that your book isn’t protected under U.S. Copyright law. Mailing it to…

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