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How to Use Humor to Sell More Books

Posted April 16th @ 6:21 am by Roger C. ParkerPrint

Stu Heinecke’s Drawing Attention shows how cartoons and humor are potent marketing tools

Tips for Choosing Simple, Effective Book and Ebook Titles

Posted March 18th @ 6:16 am by Roger C. ParkerPrint

Here’s a simple title formula that can save you time creating a series of books or ebooks

7 Reasons Your Second Book Should Be a Workbook

Posted January 26th @ 6:15 am by Roger C. ParkerPrint

7 reasons a nonfiction author’s second book should be a workbook

First-time Author Shares Tips for Planning & Promoting a Book Launch Party

Posted November 6th @ 6:25 am by Roger C. ParkerPrint

Dina Colman shares her experiences planning a book launch party to celebrate her first book, Four Quadrant Living

Use the Back Cover of Your Book to Sell More Books

Posted October 8th @ 6:12 am by Roger C. ParkerPrint

To sell more books, fill the back cover of your book with reasons for readers to buy your book

7 Examples of Author Book Marketing Best Practices

Posted September 24th @ 6:55 am by Roger C. ParkerPrint

Dina Colman’s marketing for the launch of her Four Quadrant Living: Making Healthy Living Your New Way of Life shows many author book marketing best practices at work. Dina’s Four Quadrant Living will be published tomorrow, Wednesday, September 25. I was fortunate enough to watch her preparations for tomorrow’s book launch. Once again, I [...]

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