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Bestselling Indie Author Shares Story of Her Success: Jenn Roseton

[Note from Adrienne: Australian Romance author Jenn Roseton is a bestseller ~ and, I’m proud to say ~ one of the graduates from my Fiction Coaching and Mentorship Program.  I had the privilege of helping Jenn brainstorm and edit her first book, Seduced by the Boss. More than a year later, Jenn is going great […]

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Writing Tips from a Bestseller: How to Build a Long Career

Welcome USA Today bestselling Contemporary Romance Author, Barbara Bretton, whose 40+ books have more than 10 million copies in print.  In the midst of her virtual book tour for JUST DESSERTS (ebook edition), Barbara graciously agreed to dash off her best advice to authors who want to build their careers over the long-term – and […]

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Country Music’s Bad Boy Meets His Match: Texas Romance

Amazon.com Widgets   Welcome contemporary Romance author, Mackenzie Crowne! If you love to read Romance novels, this is the tour to follow. Check out Mac’s prizes — and all you have to do is leave a comment to win. Wow!   Comment and Win Great Prizes! Contemporary Romance Author, Mackenzie Crowne, is awarding one of […]

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Historical Romance Author Writes Scottish Tales: Shehanne Moore

Amazon.com Widgets If you always longed to be wooed by a hunky highlander, then you won’t want to miss His Judas Bride, the new Historical Romance by Scottish author, Shehanne Moore. Of course I love the hero in His Judas Bride ’cause Callm McDunnagh is nicknamed the Black Wolf of Lochalpin. (Alas, no relation to the ol’ deWolfe Gal. […]

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Suspense Author Linda Merlino: Win $25 on Her Blog Tour

Amazon.com Widgets   Welcome Suspense Author, Linda Merlino, and Fans! In honor of Patriot Day on 9/11, Writing Novels That Sell is excited to be a host site for an American author, who writes fiction about valiant First Responders.  Linda Merlino has a fascination with heroes and extends her gratitude to all who keep us safe […]

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Romantic Irish Fairy Tales with a Pinch of Magic

Note from Adrienne deWolfe: please welcome today’s guest columnist, Indie Author Sophie Moss, who turns Irish fairy tales into Contemporary Romance, Young Adult fantasies, and Paranormal Romance. Sophie’s debut novel, The Selkie Spell (Book I in the Seal Island Trilogy), is a hot property on Amazon and can be found on numerous other sites, including […]

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Book Promotion Strategy for Indie and Midlist Authors

Book Promotion Strategy for Indie and Midlist Authors (Part 4 in the 4-part Series, Book Marketing Strategy)   Although book promotion may be an expensive proposition, a well-planned book marketing strategy can benefit fiction writers who are on a shoe-string budget.  This article, Book Promotion Strategy for Indie and Midlist Authors, offers suggestions for focusing your […]

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Book Promotion: Good & Bad Gambles for Advertising

Book promotion can be expensive for fiction writers.  You’re a one-man / one-woman company, chasing after national — even international — sales.  Yet how many Indie Fiction Authors and Midlist Authors of genre fiction have $290,000 to invest in one, full-page advertisement in People Magazine?  (And you thought television advertising was expensive!) When determining how to […]

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Book Marketing Strategy: Is Book Promotion Right for Me? (Part 2)

(Part 2 in the series:  Book Marketing Strategy:  Is Book Promotion Right for Me?) Before planning your book marketing strategy, you must first determine if the time and cost of book promotion will benefit your sales and career goals. In Part I of this 4-part series on Book Marketing Strategy, I discussed, in detail, the importance of determining […]

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Book Marketing Strategy: Is Book Promotion Right for Me? (Part I)

Book marketing strategy abounds.  The bigger question is:  what’s the pay-off if I decide to invest the time and money in book promotion? Only after you’re armed with the knowledge to make an educated decision about book promotion will you be able to plan how to market a book. Since November is Adopt an Indie Author Month, I’m running a […]

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