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Sep
2015
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How to market your young adult fiction

Young adult writers sometimes have difficulty connecting with readers and selling more books, for several reasons: Young adult (teen) readers may or may not have control over what books they buy, or their Amazon account. The young adult publishing space is saturated by traditional publishing houses with a huge budget, who can make really awesome...
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15
Sep
2015
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Book Marketing for Non-Fiction – Cooking

Ingredients, recipes, tips and tricks from experts, personal responses and amazing experiences – all of these converge in the world of cooking, and all of these are shared through cooking books! Excellent recipes, cooking tips, guides – these are all the important ingredients one needs to create the perfect cookbook. And, of course, one very...
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11
Sep
2015
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Book Marketing for Non-Fiction – Travel Writing

Passionate about seeing new sights, going to new places, and meeting new people? In love with the world and all that it has to offer? Love hearing stories of other people’s travels, and excited by the idea of writing your own travel stories? Then travel writing is for you! Travel writing focuses on the individual’s...
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7
Sep
2015
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Book Marketing for Non-Fiction – Poetry

Below, you’ll find links for places where you can market and/or publish your poems/poetry collection, as well as resources for the poet. This post is a work in progress. Links are continually being added! Blogs and Websites PoetFreak Power Poetry Poetry Poetry Foundation All Poetry Poem Hunter Family Friend Poems Poetry Poem Poetry.org Prose-n-Poetry The...
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1
Sep
2015
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100+ Places to Market Your Post-Apocalyptic/Dystopian Book

The post-apocalyptic and dystopian genres are interesting because they encompass a wide range of genres in fiction – from science fiction to fantasy – without losing sight of what makes the core of these genres: a world where governments have failed, where the world has ended, and people are picking up the pieces. In the...
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24
Aug
2015
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100+ Places to Market Your Children’s Fiction Book

A love for reading manifests itself early and becomes cultivated through the reading of excellent books geared for children. Children’s books are important because they serve as a great start for kids to learn a lot of things, from how to read to how to think critically and deeply about the books they’ve just read....
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23
Aug
2015
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100+ Places to Market Your Romance/Erotica Book

Ah, romance – the genre that dominates bookshelves and is widely read by everyone, whether they admit it or not. The framework is simple: there is a woman, and then there is a man, and they meet, and sparks fly. There are a lot of variations on it: historical, contemporary, thriller/suspense romance, and so many...
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14
Aug
2015
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100+ Places to Market Your Chick Lit and Women’s Fiction Book

Chick lit and its umbrella, women’s fiction, are genres that concern themselves with the issues of the modern woman. These types of fiction are not necessarily romance novels – a lot of chick lit books focus on the heroine’s personal life, from friends and family to the workplace. These books may be fun and lighthearted without compromising...
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12
Aug
2015
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A simple trick to dominate Twitter

Check this out: RT @AMZ0NE A SciFi author reflects on the Myth of Equal Opportunity. http://t.co/zyqSzMRsnk pic.twitter.com/a4JhtQ9uqA #SciFi #amreading — Steve McEllistrem (@SteveMcEllis) August 12, 2015 That’s basically, the coolest Tweet in the world. It’s perfect. 1. It’s CONTENT, not book promotion. It’s an interesting article that might appeal to Steve’s Target readers. 2. He...
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