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Book Birthday: Suburban Tales by Tom Connelly

Happy book birthday to Tom Connelly on the release of Suburban Tales, a collection of supernatural short stories!Follow…

Marketing 104 for Indie Authors : Email Content

You love your book. You have set up your funnels and done your list builder. You’re ready to send your first newsletter. What do you write?

Marketing 103 for Indie Authors

Today we are going to talk about how to build your mailing list. There are two ways to build your list. You can build your mailing list organically, which means you collect emails from people who sign up for it because they want to keep in touch with you. They want to know what is going on with your writing and get updates. Or you can buy a list, which is not recommended.

Marketing for Indie Authors 102

Thou shalt have and send a mailing list Now that you love your book, we come to the…

MARKETING 101 for Indie Authors

Thou shalt love thy book.

When I first published my book (and for several months after), I had a really hard time marketing. I couldn’t understand why. I’ve done this for years for other people. It was genuinely hard to get out there and push for attention. My pitches were half-hearted. I felt embarrassed to talk about the book. My husband finally took me to task.

Book Birthday: Sorrowfish by Anne C. Miles

Happy book birthday! Sorrowfish was a labor of love for Anne C. Miles, but she made it through. You can too! Check out Sorrowfish today on Amazon and other retailers!

Book Birthday: Electric Skies by Belle Malory

Okay, so I’m also a little late on this book, too. Congratulations to Ink Slinger client Belle Malory…

Mail Call: Blood and Sand by Jennifer M. Lane

Look what came in the mail on Friday! Blood and Sand by Jennifer M. Lane. Get it now!

What IS That Thing?

Check out this old article from the San Francisco Bulletin. Some pioneers found an unidentifiable creature in the…

Mail Call! Stick Figures from Rockport by Jennifer Lane

Look what came in the mail today! Stick Figures from Rockport was a pleasure to work on with…

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