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Marketing Your Book With Your Social Network

As an author, you’ve got a few choices when it comes to publicizing your book. You can rack up huge bills to get your name into well-known best-sellers lists for publicity, though admittedly most of us are trying to save money or make money rather than spending it. You can also spend time creating a well-engaged social network of people who will hopefully potentially buy your book. Many authors who have become widely successful have decided to hire publicists and virtual assistants to do their social media outreach and build a community for them, but nearly everyone realizes the benefits of creating a loyal following on Social Media platforms and the way that this easily translates into sales later.

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Creating A Blurb For Your Book

One of the key points of selling your book is to create interest in it in order to draw in readers and sales. The blurb is an extremely important part of grabbing attention and encouraging sales. This style of writing is a necessary and useful skill to your line of work, as it allows you to write short and concise copy for anything you might need.

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Finding your Writing Passion

Writing is hard work. While most people who take on writing a book have a love of language and expression, we also realize that writing is very often a struggle. Writing each day doesn’t necessarily ignite the passion in us; that’s something that’s kick-started only by finding the topics that light us up.

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Which is Right for Me; Print or Digital?

When you’re reaching completion of your book, you start to feel as though you’re crossing the finish line. There is pride in the completed project, as there should be, after so many laborious hours spent writing, proofing and editing. As you approach the moment you’ve been waiting for and your ability to truly cap your piece off with a figurative ‘The End’, you may become annoyed or overwhelmed when realizing that the task is not yet over. While the end is in sight, you have one very important decision to make; do you print your book, or release it in digital format alone?

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