Bookspotlights: Toi’s Top 5 Angel Books Blitz, #Kindle sale + paperback #giveaway

In celebration of author, Toi Thomas’ birthday, on October 21st, all her ebooks are on sale $0 - $1.99 from October 20th – October 24th. All her books are also available in print and come with reasonable shipping through Createspace.com, if you don’t have Amazon Prime. Check out her books below and then stick around …

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Venues Where You Can Sell Your Book

I'm often asked about how one goes about getting their name out there. Truth is, there's no one who can sell your book better than you. You are the brand! If you're not already, you should be thinking about the upcoming holidays! I know, fall has just started. Let's not rush it, right? Halloween hasn't …

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Announcing Fall 2017 YASH Teams!

For all of you who love finding new reads, I have just the thing for you. The YA Scavenger Hunt is coming. If you’ve never heard of it, the hunt runs twice a year in the spring and in the fall. During the hunt we showcase new and upcoming YA releases, give out tons of …

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Author Interview: Cristina Grau #Tuesdaybookblog

Today I’m fortunate to present Cristina Grau author of “Fulfil your Dreams”. Hi, Cristina, thanks for agreeing to this interview! Question 1) What part of the world do you come from? I was born (many years ago) and raised in Montevideo, Uruguay. However, I have also lived in the US, France, The Nederlands, and England. …

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Writer’s Block: Fact or Myth

  When I sat in the writing panel of #1 New York bestselling young-adult author Rachel Caine at Wizard World Chicago in 2015, Caine presented the idea that there was no such thing as writer's block. She explained there is nothing actually physically blocking you. Instead, YOU are blocking yourself. "There are legitimate reasons a writer …

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What Not To Do At An Author Event

Summertime for an independent author symbolizes more than just getting outside to enjoy the warm weather after a long, cold, winter, or getting the opportunity to write outdoors. It represents the beginning of one of the most significant times of the year: travel season. Comic cons, writing workshops, panels and other exciting opportunities which help …

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