Can Your Novel be Adapted into a Stage Play?

I am currently working with a professional playwright to adapt my novel, Husbands May Come and Go but Friends are Forever, into a stage play.

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Get in Front of People to Build Your Brand

Okay, so you’ve written a book. How are potential readers going to find out about it?

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Why Does an Author Need a Press Release?

It’s valuable to use news releases in your online marketing program. You can create opportunities to expand your book’s readership when you use this strategy effectively. Here are several key benefits:

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Quirky Book Promotion Ideas

Can you link your book to a special or not so special holiday or upcoming event?

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Questions for First-Time Authors

Now that I’ve written my first novel, I think back to a few of the questions I wish I had asked myself before I started.

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Quirky Book Promotion Idea

Tweet Have you written a book about relaxation, senior citizens or dogs? Why not link your book in a Facebook post or tweet to one of these fun or quirky August holidays? August 1 National Mustard Day August 2 Friendship Day August 2 International Forgiveness Day August 2 Sisters Day August 3 National Watermelon Day […]

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Your Local Library is Your Best Friend

Our local library celebrated with an Art Festival last weekend

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Release Your Next Ebook as a Preorder

Tweet Before you hit that “publish” button on your next ebook, consider the advantages of preorder. The obvious benefit is time to do advance marketing. You can begin building an audience by revealing one chapter at a time on your Facebook page or on your website. Tweet an interesting line or plot hint.  During the […]

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California Capital Book Festival is Here

California Capital Book Festival on October 25 and 26, at the Sacramento Convention Center. More than 100 authors, author panels and presentations, storytelling, demonstrations, art, food, kids stage and more.

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Kindle Book Review Really Works

Back in July, I did a post about a new service offered by Kindle Book Review. They were offering a free professional review to indie authors to help boost their sales and put them on a more level field with authors who are traditionally published.

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