If you have ever made an attempt to become traditionally published, you may have experienced rejection from literary agents. If you self-published your book and received negative reviews, you may feel rejected by readers. If you’ve sought support from family and friends and only received a few smiles and a couple pats on your back,Continue reading “[Blog] Overcome rejection and press forward”
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How to become an authority on a subject
My husband and I had a conversation about his desire to write a book. Like many of us, he has his own story that involves traumatic situations and a long healing journey. The purpose behind his book would touch on a very specific subject and the impact would be massive. I simply encouraged him toContinue reading “How to become an authority on a subject”
Book Marketing and Book Publicity Services
I remember feeling a lot of excitement, anxiety and uncertainty when I first became an author. I wasn’t sure how I was going to sell books. Through another friend, I met a book publicist, but I couldn’t afford to hire her. I quickly realized I was on my own and had to learn the hard way.
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Can I use social media content to write a book?
The short answer is yes. It’s simple; content is content. It doesn’t matter what type of program you use to write it. If you have consistently used social media (ex: Facebook, Instagram) to expound on a topic of your interest, you can use it to construct your book.