What was the last book you read that made you cry?
It is not too late to join Bryan’s 5 Day Amazon Ad Challenge or Claire’s Indie Author Alignment Workshop. Check them out at the links provided. Thank you to our featured Patrons – The 8-Minute Writing Habit, Writing the Past, and Love’s Current. Top Tips of the week include how to let readers preview your book on Amazon, what you need for an author platform, and where to find author podcasts’. The 5 News stories that matter most to indies this week include how to start 2021 on the right foot as an author, what book companies are doing to public schools, why Facebook is taking away page likes, what the pricing for IngramSparks print-on-demand paperbacks are increasing by, and how to set realistic goals for the new year. Question of the Week: What was the last book you read that made you cry?
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- What you need in an author platform in 2021
- To shake up your book marketing in 2021
- How to actually succeed with your goals this year
- How Ingram’s price increases could affect you
- Your Facebook Pages are a-changin’
- How big business is charging big bucks for old books
- How to find all the author podcasts you want
The 8-Minute Writing Habit: Create a Consistent Writing Habit That Works With Your Busy Lifestyle by Monica Leonelle
Writing the Past: The Eagles and Dragons Publishing Guide to Researching, Writing, Publishing, and Marketing Historical Fiction and Historical Fantasy
by Eagles and Dragons Publishing
Love’s Current by Liberty Nelle Pennington
News #5: Shake Things Up in 2021
News #4: Twenty-Seven Dollar Ebook Rentals. Per Year. PER STUDENT.
News #3: Bye-Bye Likes (1)
News #3: Bye-Bye Likes (2)
News #2: Sup Sparky? (1)
News #2: Sup Sparky? (2)
News #1: Your Goals Are Too Hard