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Authors: Here’s An Easy Way to Cultivate Relationships with Your Book Readers

Reviews help sell books, and as authors we all eagerly look forward to good reviews. When a new review shows up on Amazon, Goodreads, Redroom, or on a blog, it can be cause for celebration. Well here’s an easy idea to build more loyalty with...

New Marketing Opportunity for Self-Published Authors

Publisher’s Weekly is offering a program called PW Select, which allows self-published authors to get their books featured in a special supplement. Select titles will also receive reviews from the publication. The cost to participate is $149 and PW is read by all kinds of...

How to Find Book Reviewers for Nonfiction Books

Most book reviews in major publications focus on fiction so it’s harder to find sources willing to review nonfiction. However, here’s a little trick that has worked for me: Create a Google Alert with the keywords “book review” <genre> So yours might be “book review”...

Authors: Give your books away to start word-of-mouth marketing

If you have authored a book I strongly recommend that you give your book away to as many people as you can–particularly people of influence. Not everyone likes the idea of parting with their books for free, but the majority of consumers buy books based...

Resources for Soliciting Reviews for Non-fiction Books

Most publications feature book reviews of fiction books, and occasionally a non-fiction book is thrown in for good measure. However, there are still some resources out there for non-fiction authors. Here are three for starters: 1. BlogCritics.org – Features book reviews across most genres and...

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