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We live in a world where we are constantly surrounded by technology. We use our phones to check emails, listen to music, and even read books. The publishing industry is almost exclusively digitized now –

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Public Speaking Sells Books

Speaking on behalf of the Books Public. Speaking. Who knew that two simple words could cause the talkative to clam up and the confidence to lose their cool? While the majority of the population may

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The Importance of Author Websites

Put Yourself Out There: The Importance of Author Websites Authors have always been people of great interest. Even in this digital world, they often gain followings due to their writing styles and unique viewpoints that

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All About Audiobooks

Audiobooks are thriving in our digital world with readers of all ages falling in love with the format. While there is a time and place for physical books and e-books, audiobooks were made for the

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Social Media Savvy

It’s unsurprising that most authors see social media as an item that is far down on their list of to-dos for developing their book’s success. But in this technological day and age, they should consider

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Writing in the Shadows

In these days of being constantly bombarded by news stories and content on social media, it’s easy to get swept up in the excitement of it all. But at times, we all feel the need

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Benefits of Book Signings

Signed By the Author Back in the day, book signings were one of the only ways for readers to connect with the authors of their favorite books. Many authors today use Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram

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The Comforting Illusion

On Monday, October 19, 1987 the United States stock market experienced it’s largest one-day percentage drop ever. In the period leading…

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National Read a Book Day

Happy National Read a Book Day! What better way to celebrate than to take some time out of your day to find a cozy corner and curl up with a good book? But finding the

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Women in Wartime

Stories told about World War I and World War II are far from glamorous. School textbooks often include images of the trenches in Europe, soldiers marching in the rain and snow, and starving people barely

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To Print or Not to Print: Print-On-Demand

Books are available everywhere. With the introduction of electronic readers a few years ago, it seemed like physical books would soon become extinct. But something about holding a book made of paper and ink makes

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The Sin Eater: Searching for He

Murder, threats, and secrets surround the disappearance of the mysterious he. After being suspended from an elite firm for his extreme work ethic, this unconventional lawyer is on the loose. The firm needs him back

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Women Through the Ages

Looking into the past, it’s easy to find stories of men who have ruled and conquered the world. Most of the time, women aren’t the heroines of these stories. But that doesn’t mean women haven’t

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Revising your Book

Write and Rewrite: Revising Your Books Have you ever written a book? Where is it? Has it been published and released into the world for readers to enjoy? Or has it been stowed away somewhere

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