• What to Do After Your Book is Published

    Post-Publication Book-Marketing Actions Below is a checklist of things you can do after your book is published, and a suggested sequence in which you can do them. This is not meant to be an all-inclusive or exact time line, but a general guide to help you market your books more successfully. For more information on […]

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  • Mystery Series Selected for Self-e Program

    Four Titles Accepted by Prestigious Library Journal Program        All of the books in the popular Detective Pat O’Malley Historical Steampunk Mystery Series have been accepted by the Library Journal for their Self-e Program.  The honor extends nationally, as all of the books will also be made available to readers in state libraries through […]

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  • Time and Profit are on Your Side

    Today, I spoke with Greg Ioannou President at Publaunch, a startup company that hopes to roll-out its services in February or March of next year.  He is also Owner of Colborne Communications in Toronto, one of the largest publishing services providers in Canada, so when it comes to what authors really need out of the […]

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  • Mobile Myths that Contribute to the Misunderstanding of Internet Marketing Strategies

    Five Myths about Mobile Today, the majority of Internet purchases by consumers is made through their mobile devices.  However, many businesses confuse having their website converted for mobile access with having an application developed to sell products to the mobile consumer.  I wanted to touch on the five major myths about using online mobile websites […]

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  • How Brooklyn 99 Characters Use the Embellisher eReader App

    Jake wants a way to talk to everybody privately. I’m tired of having to email each detective without keeping it on the down low.  I found this app online called the Embellisher, and it let me create messages on their cool app that could have video, music playlists, and other great stuff that can make […]

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