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The Complete Shirker’s Guide to Book Marketing

The Complete Shirker’s Guide to Book Marketing

All book marketing is supposed to be done *before* publication, right? Not so! There’s plenty of time to get the word out. Remember, It’s a marathon, not a sprint.

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Twin Cities Book Tour, Nits & Ticks

Twin Cities Book Tour, Nits & Ticks

My summer book tour concludes with two readings in the Twin Cities: St. Paul on July 7, 7pm at SubText, Minneapolis on July 13, 7pm, at Magers & Quinn. Madeleine will be taking a well-deserved break from spokesdog duties.

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Endorsers, Great & Small: Dogs & the Bloggers Who Love Them, Pt.1

Endorsers, Great & Small: Dogs & the Bloggers Who Love Them, Pt.1

What do these pet bloggers, travel bloggers, and genealogy bloggers have in common? They all enlisted their cute pooches to endorse Getting Naked for Money.

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The Invisible Press Becomes Manifest

The Invisible Press Becomes Manifest

How the ghostly Invisible Press became a presence — and maybe a future force. Long may it and its authors live and prosper.

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Fear of Book Marketing: Some Soothing Thoughts

Fear of Book Marketing: Some Soothing Thoughts

Marketing a book is hard, but since you spent all that time on your writing, you want the world to see it, yes? Yes!

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The Importance of Being Edited

The Importance of Being Edited

Editing is essential to establishing the credibility of any book, fiction and non-fiction, self-published or traditionally published. Here’s a basic look at the process, including a definition of terms.

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