Setting a Price for Your Book

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One of the most important questions you'll need to answer is "How much should I charge for my book?" This is not a decision to make lightly -- or greedily. Determining the best price for a book depends on a variety of factors, including the following: 1) The price of similar books. Check the market for comparable books, including books on similar topics and of a similar trim … [Read more...]

Dangerous Lee – Keep Your Panties Up and Your Skirt Down

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Tell us about yourself. I live in Burton, Michigan, with my hyper and cute 10 year old daughter. I work as an HIV Prevention Expert with Wellness AIDS Services of Flint, Michigan.I am a brand with various projects in the fields of activism, writing, acting, painting, internet radio and publishing. What is the title of your book? Tell us a bit about it. Keep Your … [Read more...]

Daniel Feiman, MBA, CMC® – THE Book on…BUSINESS From A to Z

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What is your most recent book? Tell us a bit about it. Our most recent book; The Book on Business from A to Z: The 260 Most Important Answers You Need to Know. is the third in our series. We wrote it to be a quick, reliable, accurate reference for those who are very good at what they do, but can’t know everything they need to know about what they don’t do every day. It … [Read more...]

Why Write Nonfiction Instead of Fiction?

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Question: Everyone says it is easier for an unpublished writer to break in with nonfiction vs. fiction? Is it only easier to break in with nonfiction if you have speaking engagements that will result in sales? I've always thought, "Who would buy my nonfiction? I'm a nobody without a degree, without a famous husband or friends and without an enthralling life." But everyone … [Read more...]

Diane Hunt Stockmar – Pale Diamonds

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What is your most recent book? Tell us a bit about it. Pale Diamonds is a book released in October, 2011. It is the sequel to Reservations for One in Hell. It is the story of a songwriter, Melly Foulard, who goes to Colorado with her author friend, Beau Donahue to participate in an equestrian event. Along the drive to Colorado, Melly and Beau discuss the possibility of … [Read more...]

The Cost of Procrastination for Writers.

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If there is one thing almost all writers have in common, it is that their productivity varies from day to day. Some days are great, targets are achieved, projects are completed and there were no problems. Other days, writers find themselves procrastinating. They get distracted and find that by the end of the day they haven't achieved even half of what they set out to get … [Read more...]

Dedra L. Stevenson – The Hakima’s Tale Trilogy

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What is your most recent book? Tell us a bit about it. Well, I have two new titles out now, both Ebooks. One is a compilation of the trilogy that I've published a couple years ago, The Hakima's Tale trilogy, which is now available in ONE volume, entitled, The Hakima's Tale : Undivided. The Hakima's Tale is now being developed as a feature film! My second new title is a … [Read more...]

LaNina King – Thicker Than Blood

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What is your most recent book? Tell us a bit about it. My latest book is Thicker Than Blood. The story tells of a young man named Victor living life in the fast lane and allowed his dealings with numerous family issues to cross into his business world. A few unexpected events occur leaving Victor to question the real from the fake. Tell us something about yourself. I … [Read more...]

Marketing Creativity

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Most people don't think they're creative.  And that becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy. All young children think they're creative, but year-by-year the creativity is squeezed out of them. What becomes more important is the RIGHT answer.  And when I work with clients, a lot of them are looking for that right answer and are afraid to do anything unless they're absolutely … [Read more...]

Kathy Thompson – The Fall (Future Worlds)

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Please introduce yourself to our readers. My name is Kathy Thompson, a converted Texan, from Wisconsin. I have a military background and after I got out, I went back and got my B.S. in Business Communications. To get into the Air Force I had to lose weight, which spurred my deep interest in Health and fitness. I started writing & speaking around the country about Health … [Read more...]