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Tips from and Industry Insider | Everyday Marketing for Authors

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I can hear the groans across the interwebs. For most authors, marketing is a grudge job, as bad, or worse, than having to mop the floor (my personal bugbear). And what is it about dishes and laundry that ensure the sink and the clothes basket are never empty? You finish one round and have to start on the next. It’s the same with Instagram, newsletters and other forms of everyday marketing.

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Member New Releases | July 2019

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The Girl Who Became A GoddessTeresa FullerBare Bear MediaDigital, PrintLearn More Wedding VioletBeverley OakleySani PublishingDigitalLearn More BurnKeri ArthurK.A Publishing Pty LtdDigital, PrintLearn More Sorcery and StardustSamantha MarshallSamantha MarshallDigital, PrintLearn More A Week With The Best ManAlly BlakeHarlequin Mills & BoonDigital, PrintLearn More LiabilityRenee DahliaIndieDigitalLearn More MillieAnneMarie BrearAnneMarie BrearDigital, PrintLearn More Her Cowboy KingMadeline AshSelf PublishedDigitalLearn More The ScandalNicola MarshHachette UK BookoutureDigitalLearn More One Wicked WeekNicola MarshHarlequin Mills & BoonDigital, PrintLearn More Forbidden To TouchJC HarrowayMills & BoonDigital, PrintLearn More Take Me HomeSuzanne GilchristMallee Star EnterprisesDigital, PrintLearn More Fleeting MomentsRania BattanySelf PublishedDigital, PrintLearn More Out of LuckKendall TalbotLyrical LiaisonDigital, PrintLearn More …

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Kiss and Tell | Sandra Antonelli

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As well as writing romance, Dr Sandra Antonelli has taken her passion for creative writing to the next level and made it her mission to study the romance genre. Her masters and doctorate both explored older heroines in romance fiction, and as well as writing mature characters into her novels, Sandra continues to research sexism, ageism, and the portrayal of women over the age of 40 as protagonists in romance fiction, genre fiction, in film, and TV. Sandra loves going to the movies by herself and is determined to prove that foxy doesn’t end at forty, and grey hair shouldn’t …

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Tips from and Industry Insider | Why Authors Need a Brand

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Readers don’t buy by publisher*. Nobody goes into a bookshop and asks for the latest Pan McMillan title. Instead, they ask for the new Nora Roberts or, if the series becomes so well known that the character eclipses the author, the most recent Jack Reacher novel. So, even if you’re traditionally published you’re going to need an identifiable brand to distinguish yourself from your competition.