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- Is Paying for Book Promotion Worth it?
- ODF vs. OOXML: War of the Words
- The Book Promoter Wears No Clothes
- Review - Elixir: A History of Water and Humankind (Brian Fagan; 2011)
- Are Press Releases Worth it? Results and Conclusions
- From First Draft to Release: Starting and Maintaining Your Task List
- Review: Blue Bloods, by Ian Frazier (The New Yorker)
Tag Archives: self-publishing
Yesterday I set up a little experiment to see whether paying for press releases can prove to be worthwhile for authors seeking to promote their books. The experiment was based on a press release I wrote, and issued through PRLog.org, … Continue reading
Self-publishing is full of mug’s games (that’s Brit-speak for ways to take suckers in). Sometimes it even seems that there are more people trying to exploit self-published writers than there are Indie-authors. Is selling press releases another one of them? … Continue reading
I’m happy to report that the launch of my second cybersecurity thriller, titled The Lafayette Campaign, a Tale of Deception and Elections, is off to a great start in a couple of ways.
A week ago I posted a piece here titled Book Promotion: What Really Works? and promised to pour the results of your feedback into a poll that I’d then post for broader participation.
Once upon a time, when someone was done writing a book (or even before), they tried to find a publisher, or an agent and then a publisher, willing to take on their book. Of course, that was eons ago – … Continue reading