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Perennial Seller: a media manipulator talks book marketing

This morning I did an interview on writing fiction and we discussed, among other things, whether writing faster books leads to inferior quality and whether writing to market creates inferior art. These are real conversations, and though I would answer “no” to both, I’m often challenged by thousands of passionate creators who very firmly believe “YES.” The conversation prompted me …

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Guerrilla Publishing – a year’s worth of book marketing support for $39 a month

This week I’m launching my new program, Guerrilla Publishing – which I’ve built over the last year while travelling full-time. I made a free “Bookselling Bootcamp” challenge while staying at the 5 star Regent Hotel Montenegro (I wanted to be comfortable going into Nanowrimo, and I also did a 2-week sugar fast). But I realized I hadn’t published anything on my …

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Book marketing and literary services

Online Course + Mentorship A small number of spots have just opened up in my 1-year publishing mastermind, Guerrilla Publishing – you’ll get my complete system to publishing bestsellers, personal help and feedback, and a full-year of coaching and support. This is a complete guide to self-publishing, and you’ll get everything you need to launch to #1. $495 Click here to …

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FREE BOOK: Guerrilla Publishing & Book Marketing Secrets of Bestselling Authors

  Want to make a living with your writing?  Download my FREE book launch checklist and discover the step-by-step publishing roadmap I use to launch bestsellers.   TRAIN THE INTERNET TO SELL BOOKS FOR YOU Book marketing doesn’t need to be an exhausting hamster wheel of promotion and publicity. Put your book sales on autopilot…so you can focus on writing your next …

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The exact book marketing strategy I used to build a huge author platform quickly with KingSumo, WordPress and Mailchimp

I’m finally catching up with work and had some time to update my fiction platform… so I decided to record all the behind-the-scenes stuff I’m doing to build my author platform quickly. I published my first fiction this year but have 15K email subscribers, thousands of social media followers and a decent amount of traffic to a brand new blog …

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Why every author needs a virtual assistant (how to outsource your book marketing)

Recently I wrote a post about how it doesn’t make sense for me to market your books for you (or even hire virtual assistants to help you do it). But that doesn’t mean VA’s aren’t crazy useful, if you hire your own. Authors always complain about book marketing because they just want to focus on their writing; and it’s true, …

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