https://wwwa.indiereader.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/known.jpg346228IR Staffhttps://indiereader.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/ir-logo-2017.pngIR Staff2018-04-19 08:58:542018-04-19 09:00:22Author Roy Russell's Advice to fellow indies: "Find a good editor who will make your words shine."
The only thing that’s certain in book marketing is surprises. In fact, I’ve spent more than 18 years in the book marketing business as an indie author, and I am surprised all the time. Continue reading →
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It’s important to have variety and to make sure, whether you’re writing a series or a standalone, that you give your readers what they deserve — a quality, time-consuming, soul altering, reading experience. Continue reading →
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I remember it like it was yesterday, sometimes I still have nightmares. I was a fresh faced indie author. My shiny new book hit stores and I was THRILLED. It felt like this major accomplishment, I was up all night refreshing just waiting to see if people would love it as much as I did because that’s what reviews were for right? Continue reading →
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If you have an older book that just isn’t selling the way it used to, you’re not alone. And maybe your older book could have been better to start with. But, once your book has been out for a while, you may be wondering if it’s time to move on or keep moving forward with your book marketing plan. Continue reading →
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The book uses a reader-friendly storytelling approach to describe the evolution of electric service in America starting with Edison’s discovery of the light bulb and continuing through today’s efforts to reduce carbon emissions from fossil-fueled generation plants. Continue reading →
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“We have your granddaughter. Here’s what you need to do.”So begins a text message forcing a supreme court justice to decide whether saving the course of our nation is worth his granddaughter’s life. Continue reading →
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A battle between the light of your knowledge and the shadows of your ignorance is happening as you read this cover. Your warrior of light is receiving wounds that cause your life’s suffering. Continue reading →
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When you think of top brands, you probably think of companies like Starbucks and McDonald’s, right? You see them everywhere, and you can plan on a similar experience at every building with golden arches or a green siren. Continue reading →
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These six writing exercises will not only provide you with a refreshing break, but will also help further your in-development manuscripts — whether you’re at the start, middle or end of that process. Continue reading →
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