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Little by Little, Piece by Piece

Little by Little, Piece by Piece by Patricia Grady Cox I am pleased to announce the following technological advances I made in 2018 that are helping me with my marketing: (1) I set up two mailing lists with MailChimp, one … Continue reading

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Writing the Book Is the Easy Part

Writing the Book Is the Easy Part by Marcus A. Nannini The topic for the Phoenix Publishing and Book Promotion Meetup of January 19, 2019, was “Your Book as a Business.” I am picking up on that theme with today’s … Continue reading

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On Being a Reluctant YouTuber

On Being a Reluctant YouTuber by Vaughn Treude These days it seems like everybody and their little brother wants to become a YouTube personality. Too bad Andy Warhol didn’t live to see his 1968 prophecy come true: “In the future, … Continue reading

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Tracking Results

Tracking Results by Patricia Grady Cox I admit it’s difficult, with my right-brain tendencies, to analyze my marketing results. It’s only been a couple of months since I really started working at marketing again, with regular weekly postings on more … Continue reading

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Self-publishing: The Good, the Bad, and the Fraudulent

Self-publishing: The Good, the Bad, and the Fraudulent by Marcus A. Nannini I began this post with the intention of delving into some of the statistics and facts underlying the production of one million self-published books in 2017. The first … Continue reading

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Sometimes You Need a Break

Sometimes You Need a Break by Patricia Grady Cox Having finished THE CABIN DOOR (my third novel), I have begun my search for an agent. At the same time I am diligently promoting my two published novels, CHASM CREEK and … Continue reading

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Celebrating Indie Authors on Indie Author Day

Today is Indie Author Day. If you know an author, chances are they are an independent author. Just in case you’re wondering, here’s the definition of an indie author from the Alliance of Independent Authors (ALLi). ALLi defines an independent … Continue reading

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Kangaroo

Kangaroo by Rita Goldner You may have noticed that lately my posts have been about unusual wild animals. I use their behavior, habitat or physiology in an analogy to the human condition, or at least to my condition as a … Continue reading

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Spam, More Spam, and Spamatizers!tm

Spam, More Spam, and Spamatizers!TM by Marcus A. Nannini About one year ago, I set my email filters to send everything to spam except for messages from senders who were in my address book. Each day since then, I awake … Continue reading

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Author Branding

Author Branding by Barbara Renner The golden arches. When you see them, you know exactly what they mean; they mean you are going to enjoy a Big Mac or Quarter Pounder at McDonalds. Personally, I’d stop for their fresh French … Continue reading

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