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I did quite a bit of research on this topic for my book that came out last week, and I’ve seen several bloggers mention that they’re also contemplating doing books at some point, so I thought I would share some of what I’ve learned. I’m by no means an expert, but I’ve managed to get past the initial deer in the headlights phase.
Where to publish
There are multiple ways to publish a book, and you can stick to one or do a a mix of several. Amazon is the biggest fish in the sea with their Kindle Direct Publishing (KDP) program. They allow you to publish an ebook and/or paperback with no up front costs to you. I’ll come back to them soon.
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By Amy Collins
So many authors launch their first book (or second) before building a list of readers and fans and THEN start working on attracting readers. They labor under the false idea that they need a book FIRST and then they can start building their readership. I mean, how ELSE do you build a base of fans and readers until you have a book?
Well, Nicole Evelina, the author of The Guinevere’s Tale Trilogy did just that. While she was working on her first book she decided to start drawing readers into her online “web.” This self-published author is now so popular with readers that when she has a new book coming out, thousands of rabid fans crash into each other buying her newest release.
So I asked Nicole to share with me:
- What were some of the early steps that she took and found successful to help draw…
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-When the Television set came to my house, I forgot how to read books. I kept them aside and only concentrated on TV, the Idiot-box.
–When the car came to my doorstep, I forget how to walk and simply went everywhere by car not allowing my legs to walk and enjoy the nature.
–When I got the mobile in my hand, I forgot how to write letters nor have a decent dialogue or conversation. Became rude and irritable with friends and family. I only kept on seeing my mobile from morning to dusk.
–When computer came to my house, I forgot spellings because the computer did everything for me.The typewriters became obsolete.
–When the AC came to my house, I stopped going under the tree for a cool breeze and started the artificial breeze which was so stifling after sometime.
–When I stayed in…
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