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How many copies have you sold?

An interesting piece appeared in paidContent.org recently about how hard it’s always been to get real numbers of books sold from conventional publishers, but that is changing.  In her article, How Many Copies is My Book Selling?  Now Authors Have More Answers, Laura Hazard Owen writes: It is surprisingly hard for an author to know how […]

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“In technothrillers, my preferred category, I am now in the Top Ten. Very impressed.”

Simon Royle, author of Tag, talks about his success with a Kindle Nation sponsorship: “Ranking went from 58,000 to 820.  In technothrillers, my preferred category, I am now in the Top Ten.  Very impressed.   I know what I’m doing as soon as the ink is dry on my next book; pinging your email for a […]

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What Happened to The Mill River Recluse

We have so many types of sponsorships available to give your book the attention it deserves.  You know how much time and effort you put into writing your book.  Take the time to give your book some visibility. Here are sponsorships opportunities for this month and next. This is what happened to Darcie Chan’s book, […]

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