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Why You Can’t Afford To Ignore Your Author Bio

Today’s blog post is a guest post from Dave Chesson of Kindlepreneur.com. Dave has a passion for books and specializes in Kindle e-book marketing. If you ask a group of authors about the things they are most excited about, you’re unlikely to hear the words ‘author bio’ at any point. For many, the author bio […]

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New Look Inside – Book Preview Feature

We’ve added a new Look Inside feature to the New Author Publishing website to make it easier for readers to discover our great books. The Look Inside feature will give readers a chance to browse and sample our books before they make a purchase. To make purchasing even easier, at the end of each sample, […]

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Marketing Tools

I’ve done a bit of surfing over the past few years on book marketing techniques. A recent post from Paul Jarvis is so good, I’d almost call it a must read for any new author. Paul writes a weekly post called the Sunday Dispatches. When you click through and read the article, you may get […]

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ebook Publishing Success

Book Review and Excerpts: The Secrets to Ebook Publishing Success Book Title: The Secrets to Ebook Publishing Success Author: Mark Coker, founder of Smashwords. Review and excerpts by: Gary Wolfe, New Author Publishing Review Date: June 2013 Book available from: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/145431 Book cost: Free (ebook) Book Reproduction Rights, Licensing Statement (partial): You have the author’s […]

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Potato Cannons and Twitter

Last weekend brought me a thumb blister and a brand new Twitter account, both courtesy of my brother-in-law Frank. When my son David told me how much fun he had building a potato cannon with his cousins on Sunday morning (at Franks house), it reminded me of the stuff we did back in the old […]

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