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Why I Love (And Hate) Digital Books

You would think that, working at a company called “Author Media,” all of the employees would be digital book fanatics, carrying around our Kindles all the time, everywhere. But that’s […]

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5 New Year’s Resolutions Authors Should Make in 2014

It’s January again, which means time for New Year’s resolutions. It’s easy for resolutions to become bigger-than-life, difficult to keep, and discouraging. While the big dreams are necessary, it’s often […]

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14 Publishing Predictions for 2014

We have asked the experts and here is what they think 2014 will hold for authors and publishers.

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2013 Publishing Predictions Review

A year ago, we had three posts of predictions for 2013. Here we score those predictions to see how we did.

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7 Things Santa Can Teach Us About Book Marketing

Santa can teach authors a lot about book marketing. How to dress well is not one of them.

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82 More Tweetable Quotes for Authors

Earlier this year, we made a list of 101 tweetable quotes for authors. It was a hit. So we’ve done it again. We’ve gathered a list of quotes for authors […]

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30 Christian Literary Agents to Follow on Twitter

We’ve compiled a list of the top Christian literary agents on Twitter. It’s time to get connected.

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10 Holiday Season Blog Prompts

‘Tis the season to be busy. There are parties to attend, presents to buy and/or make, meals to cook, traditions to celebrate, family to visit, and a million and one […]

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How to Market Your Book on Pinterest

Pinterest gives you the opportunity of a large following that will quickly and easily. Learn how to use Pinterest to boost your platform.

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The Ultimate Cheat Sheet to Social Media Image Sizes

A few months ago, we shared an infographic called The Pinterest Cheat Sheet to Image Sizes. It was very well-received and widely shared.     A few weeks ago, I […]

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