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Top Posts & Pages
- Is Paying for Book Promotion Worth it?
- The Book Promoter Wears No Clothes
- ODF vs. OOXML: War of the Words
- Book Review: The Bomb Makers (Thriller; Marcus Case)
- Writing a Book Proposal (Remember Book Proposals?)
- Why Johnny Can't Format [a book]
- Which Book Promotion Services Work?
- More on Google's Search Algorithm (what's going on here?)
- Review: Blue Bloods, by Ian Frazier (The New Yorker)
- Book Review: The Rise and Fall of the Great Powers (Paul Kennedy)
Tag Archives: self-publishing
Over the last several months I’ve been trying, and reporting on, my success with various paid promotions. This week I’m running a blitz of promotions with the book available for free. Why not download a copy right now here? If … Continue reading
About a month ago I posted a piece on trying out the various book sale promotion sites that are available, and promised to report back on progress. Here are some preliminary findings, as well as an example of one I … Continue reading
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.