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What to Bring to Your Author Signing or Tradeshow

Have you already had an author signing? Are you at a tradeshow selling your book? Do you have everything you need to make your table/booth look its best? Here are some tips and ideas of what you need at a tradeshow. Being an author is as much of a brand as a company....

Book Marketing: Quality Beats Quantity

It’s no secret that to get people to buy your book once you have published is to tell them about it. But with so much noise going on in terms of advertising, social media, entertainment, news, etc., how do you stand out without becoming part of a huge “wall of sound”?...

Publishing Costs: Print Books vs E-Books

As an author, there comes a time when a decision needs to be made whether to publish a print or digital version (or both) of the book. While most people would assume that publishing an e-book is less costly than publishing a print book, that may not necessarily be the...

Self-Publishing: What’s Involved in Second Edition Print Runs?

It’s nearing the time to update your book. Why would you have another edition instead of a reprint? That’s when you have information in your book that might be out of date. Or information that is no longer accurate as the last edition. Also you, in essence, still have...

What are your legal rights when writing about other people?

In continuation of our legal series, we're discussing what your rights are when writing about other people Respecting Other People: Writing about famous people, famous brands, and people you know When it comes to using a brand name in a negative light, tread with...

To Use or Not To Use A Dust Jacket

One of the big decisions about publishing your book has to do with whether or not you want to release physical copies or simply stick to electronic copies. Once you have decided to print physical copies of your books, you have to decide whether or not you want a dust...

Writing A Basic Book Outline

Outlining your book is an integral part of successfully understanding the pieces that you want to create and how they're all going to fit together. If you've never written a book before, or if you're looking to make your next writing endeavor smoother than the last,...

Your legal rights if your work has been taken

In continuation of our legal series, we're discussing what your rights are if your work has been taken: What if it’s your work that’s taken? Without a big publisher behind you, policing your copyright adds to your post-publication duties. If you’ve taken the steps to...

5 Ways To Be More Confident In Your Writing

Those who call themselves writers will probably tell you two things. The first? Writing is hard. It’s difficult to start and probably even more difficult to end. The second? Your inner critic will be your own worst enemy and try to stop you from writing more times...

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