Book Ghost Writing As a Process

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It’s an interesting relationship between a book ghost writer and her client, the book author. The client has the original ideas for the work, and the ghost writer is there to bring them to full fruition. In other words, they … Read More

Book Promotion and Marketing

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Books do not market themselves, nor do agents and publishers do all the work for you if you’ve gone that route. And if you’re a self-published author, that means most or all of the burden of marketing falls upon your … Read More

How To Collect Books For Fun OR Profit

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Before you start to seriously go out and buy books, you need to learn some terminology and become familiar with book publishing and production process. For example, while most people think of book collecting only in terms of the final … Read More

How to Find a Legitimate Book Contest

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When a book wins the Pulitzer Prize or National Book Award, or a children’s book wins the Newberry Medal, readers take notice. The book and the author then receive a great deal of media attention. Few other book contests are … Read More

Top Ten Ways Authors Irritate Book Marketers

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To promote a book, an author needs help, and that help comes from people in the media-from book reviewers to journalists, conference planners to bloggers, and many, many others. Approaching these people properly and following their guidelines is essential for … Read More

Need Ideas For A Book

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Have you felt your book would get lost in an over-crowded book market? A friend of mine said, “I’ll probably never write a book because there are already too many books on every subject I can think of writing about.” … Read More

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