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Marketing for the Novice Author: Part One

You’ve written your book. You’ve published it through eBooks2go (naturally), so what’s next? It’s time to market your manuscript, so enjoy the first of our three-part series: Marketing for the Novice Author. Before you can begin the process of marketing your book, utilize Grammarly to correct any spelling, punctuation and grammar errors. After you’ve done that, share your book with friends and family. Request feedback, and be willing to make changes based upon their constructive criticism. … [Read more...]

Second Child: A Tumultuous and Thrilling Ride Filled with Greed and Moral Conflict

Second Child can’t be pigeonholed to a single genre, because it is much more than a medical thriller. It is a drama comparable to those of bestselling author Jodi Picoult, complete with a moral and ethical dilemma involving the production of human embryonic stem cells and reproductive transplantation; also known as cloning. It is a tumultuous ride that combines the promise of staggering medical advances, greed, vanity, marriage and the intensity of the love a parent has for their child. Dr. … [Read more...]

A 10-Point Strategy To Market Your eBook

Once you've written and successfully published your own eBook, the onus of ensuring it is reaching more hands and that people are accepting it well is upon you. Writers often lament that this is the hardest part of the journey to success, wishing that they could go back into their caves and cocoons and focus on writing more rather than going out there to sell their published book. We get several queries on how to effectively market books and even though reams of text have been written and posted … [Read more...]

Getting the right Edits

Copy editing is also sometimes called as line editing in publishing circles, which involves going through the manuscript completely to identify and correct inappropriate punctuation's, grammar and spelling. A good copy editor is expected to ensure factual consistency like names of people, places or their description remain the same or change logically. Among the many things copy editors identify and highlight to the author are the confusing statements like who says a particular dialog to … [Read more...]

Are You Marketing Your Book Right?

Together with the recent growth of the publishing industry, the sales and marketing division of publishing firms began getting into prominence. They were soon becoming increasingly involved in the publishing decisions, gradually taking away the editorial control. Marketing in book publishing took off from a mediocre position, from more as a support based role. With the editorial being involved in order booking and dispatch, marketing was primarily restricted to sales related activities like … [Read more...]

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