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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B-Fest Teen Book Festival

A full day of awesome Teen book events at the Barnes & Noble (Rochester Hills) location! Authors! Panels! Giveaways! You won't want to miss this. This wonderful day will be hosted in partnership with Reuther Middle School, and will be a fundraiser for them. LEARN MORE AND RSVP ON FACEBOOK AT FACEBOOK.COM/BNROCHESTERHILLS  *GIVEAWAYS AT EVERY …

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Author Interview: Greg Jolley

Today I’m fortunate to present Greg Jolley author of Murder in a Very Small Town. Hi Greg, thanks for agreeing to this interview.   Question 1) What part of the world do you come from?   Originally that oddest part of the world, California. These days, I’m enjoying the relative calm and sanity of Michigan. …

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Author Interview: C H Clepitt #Tuesdaybookblog

Today I’m fortunate to present C H Clepitt, author of a variety of works, including The Book of Abisan and I Wore Heels to the Apocalypse. Hi, C H, thanks for agreeing to this interview. Question 1) What part of the world do you come from? I'm from Bristol in the UK, famous for the …

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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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