This Week in the Blogs, June 25 – July 1, 2016

by | Jul 3, 2016

It’s a long weekend here and for our Canadian neighbours to the north as we each celebrate the anniversary of our country’s independence. As an author, have you declared your independence yet and decided to self-published? Whether you’ve already made that decision, or you’re still pondering it, you’re bound to find this great selection of articles helpful.

RJ Crayton on Indies Unlimited
What is the Kindle “Delivery Cost” and How Does it Affect Me?
“For those new to Kindle publishing, questions often arise about the Kindle delivery cost. Some people aren’t sure what it is, who it affects, and if there’s a way to make it go away. Today, I’m going to give a quick overview of the fee and what it means to authors.”

Frances Caballo on Social Media Just For Writers
Book Marketing Tips from Industry Experts
“If you struggle with book marketing, don’t feel alone in your struggle. A lot of authors wish they could be selling more books.”

Lorna Sixsmith on How-to For Authors
Book Marketing: How, Why and When to Use Blab – and What is Blab, Anyway?
“Social media coach and successful Irish indie author Lorna Sixsmith gives the lowdown on one of the newer kids on the social media networking block: Blab.”

Kirsten Oliphant on Jane Friedman
What Should You Put in Your Email Newsletter?
“If you struggle with what to write in an email, you’re not alone. You may be publishing two to three books a year, or writing blog posts three to five times a week, but email seems to build a crazy mental roadblock to creativity. The self-doubt and negativity shifts into overdrive.”

Sabrina Ricci on Digital Pubbing
Indie Authors: Book Promotion Tools and Tips
“Marketing is a crucial part of book publishing. If no one knows your book is out there, how can you expect people to read it? … With that in mind, here’s a compilation of tips and tools that can help you with your book promotion efforts.”

 
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