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My Writing Life: Kelly Baugh

What sparked the idea for Miss You Once Again? Miss You Once Again came about because of several converging events. First, my own dear Nana, who the Nana in this book is loosely based upon, passed away during the fall of 2010. During the many family gatherings that happened after her death it was interesting […]

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The Top 3 Reasons Successful Indie Publishers Have A Business Plan

By Tonya D. Price I ask every indie publisher I meet to tell me about their business plan. Most of the authors I talk to admit they don’t have one. Some want to write one, but don’t know where to start. Many believe they don’t need a business plan. But talk to a successful indie […]

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How to Grow Sales in France

If you write in English and have translated your books into French or some other foreign language, you’ve undoubtedly found yourself faced with the unique challenge of selling books in markets where you may not speak the language. It’s difficult enough to gain visibility in English-speaking countries, but trying to do so in France or […]

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Kobo Writing Life: Recommended Reading

The Bookseller has been the business magazine of the book industry since 1858; incorporating the even earlier Bent’s Literary Advertiser, established in 1802. It is one of the UK’s longest-standing magazines. The Bookseller has reported on every significant book trade event from the launch of George Eliot’s Mill on the Floss in 1860, Allen Lane’s launch of the paperback, the demise of the Net Book Agreement in 1995 and today’s Amazon-led competitive struggles. It’s based in London…

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