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Did You Get Lucky?

Did You Get Lucky? by Patricia Grady Cox Those of us who attend the meetings of the Phoenix Publishing and Book Promotion group here in the Phoenix area are people determined to be successful. Some of us have published multiple … Continue reading

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Someone Else’s Book Signing

Someone Else’s Book Signing by Patricia Grady Cox It’s a little unusual to promote someone else’s work as part of a marketing plan. However, I feel a need to share the experience I had when I attended a book signing … Continue reading

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And Time Goes By …

And Time Goes By . . . by Patricia Grady Cox I had a wonderful idea for a blog post. Really. The greatest! Then I looked and saw I had already written about it. It’s on my author blog, not … Continue reading

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This and That – Observations from the Couch

This and That – Observations from the Couch by Patricia Grady Cox Since I last wrote, I’ve had two book signings for my newly released novel, Hellgate. One was in May in Rhode Island where I lived for the first … Continue reading

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You Want Me to Talk?

You Want Me to Talk? by Patricia Grady Cox Self-promotion sometimes requires giving presentations at book signings. This is not my favorite thing to do, but I can be cajoled into it. On May 12, I will give a talk … Continue reading

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Finding Your Audience

Finding Your Audience by Patricia Grady Cox Just write a good book, and your audience will find you. Ever hear that advice? I have. But I don’t believe it. I believe you have to actively market and promote your work … Continue reading

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There’s Always Room for Improvement

There’s Always Room for Improvement by Patricia Grady Cox The annual Tucson Festival of Books is the greatest weekend of the year for readers and writers. With 130,000 attendees, it’s the perfect place to market your book. Except … 350 … Continue reading

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