A Book Inside, How to Write, Publish, and Sell Your Story.
This easy-to-read, follow and comprehend book takes the reader through a step-by-step process never previously compiled into one book alone. A short, 104 page “writer’s dream book” with up-to-date resources and endless confidence building knowledge explores the traditional, self-publishing and print-on-demand options available to every author as well as numerous unique and proven methods to sell your book.
A Book Inside, How to write, Publish, and Sell Your Story has received a 5 star review from Midwest Book Review!
”A welcome and highly recommended addition to personal and professional Writing/Publishing reference shelves” Read the review HERE
"How to Organize a Virtual Book Tour"
You've written and published your book! But now that it's out, do you REALLY know how to find your buyers? Virtual book touring may be the answer. But ouch! Virtual tour agencies come with a hefty price tag. Why not do-it-yourself? This new e-book includes built-in links to all the resources you’ll need as well as check lists for each part of your journey. How to Organize a Virtual Book Tour is easy to comprehend and the only resource you’ll need for the success of your own virtual book tour.
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100 Ways to Market Your Book For Free (or really cheap)
Author Robin Murphy was born in the small coal mining town of Windber, Pennsylvania and remembers a wonderful childhood with her parents and two older brothers.
She has worked in the administrative field over the last thirty years and has gained a wealth of knowledge and experience. She is currently employed as an Administrative Associate at Shepherd University in Shepherdstown, West Virginia.
Robin has four children – two daughters, Jennifer and Sue, and two sons, Michael and Nathan – and three granddaughters – Tessa, Anna, and Abigail, with a fourth grandson on the way.
She and her husband, Bob were married in Sharpsburg, MD in 1998 by local historian, Rev. John Schildt. After falling in love with the town, they decided to move to Sharpsburg three years later. In 2002, they bought a log home, circa 1783, and continue to restore the fourteen-room house. It's been a true labor of love.
Even though Robin has to squeeze her writing into creative times of the day, it is during those moments she feels exhilarated and renewed. “There is no greater feeling than to have found my passion in writing.” She also finds time to swim and loves to travel.
Wednesday, October 15, HERE OF COURSE! Thursday, October 16, TOPIC – “Writing & Publishing Non-fiction” Visit Audrey’s Blog at AUDREY'S BLOG Friday, October 17, TOPIC – “Writing & Publishing Fiction” Visit Cute Writing: Creative Writing Help at Cute Writing Saturday, October 18, TOPIC – “Marketing Mistakes”, Visit John Kremer’s Book Marketing Forum Sunday, October 19, TOPIC –“Connecting With Your Market” Visit My Funny Dad, Harry Blog Monday, October 20, TOPIC – “Writing as a Business” Visit Creatif Tuesday, October 21, TOPIC – “Marketing Discussion” Visit Plain & Simple Books Wednesday, October 22, TOPIC – “Genre” Visit Writ, Written, Wrote Thursday, October 23, TOPIC – “General Discussion” Visit A Book Inside Forum Friday, October 24, TOPIC – “Publishing Options” Visit A Stress Free Life
It's so sad when you find someone who is truly blessed with a talent but remains undiscovered. Through pure good fortune, I have found many of these gifted people on the Internet and in person. I want to share these "gems" with you by now listing their websites here in my new "The Gifted Arena." After you visit these sites and get to know these special people, let me know what you think of my choices, and if you know of someone who stands apart from the rest in a special and unique form, let me know about them too!
Weekly quote..."Great people are just ordinary people, who usually findthemselves in extra-ordinary situations...and who possessextra-ordinary amounts of determination." -Craig Lock
I published my first book this year. I thought I would sell lots of copies at Christmas but it didn't do well at all. Does that mean my book stinks?
One would assume books would sell during the gift buying season, right? Well honestly, I'm not sure why they don't, but they don't! The best time to sell books is actually from April to June. Why? Again, I'm not sure. But it seems to be a trend you can count on! Hang in there and give your book another chance.