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Shining the Book Promotion Spotlight on John Knoerle

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John Knoerle began his creative endeavors in the early 70s as a member of the DeLuxe Radio Theatre, a comedy troupe in Santa Barbara. He then moved to LA and did stand-up comedy, opening for the likes of Jay Leno and Robin Williams.
Knoerle wrote the screenplay Quiet Fire, which starred Karen Black, [...]

Shining the Book Promotion Spotlight on Crime Fiction Author Mike Faricy

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Mike Faricy is the award winning author of mystery suspense thrillers woven together with a rich strain of humor and even some romance. He and his wife live in Saint Paul, Minnesota and Dublin, Ireland.
His entertaining tales are populated with the sort of quirky, oddball characters we’d all like to know more [...]

Shining the Book Promotion Spotlight on Sheila Roberts

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Sheila Roberts lives in the Pacific Northwest. She’s happily married and has three children. She has had twenty-five books published, both in fiction and nonfiction under different names and in different languages. Her novels have been optioned for book clubs and film. Her book Angel Lane was an Amazon Top Ten Romance pick for [...]

Effective book marketing using Facebook, news trends and Skype

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I found a really interesting article called “32 Ways to Use Facebook for Business” at WebWorker Daily. There were several reasons I liked it, but the main reason was how Facebook can be used as a highly effective business tool. Authors need to keep in mind that their books are their business [...]

Are you taking advantage of Amazon Associate Affiliate system?

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How many of us are bloggers who write blog posts about books – whether it’s a review or you’re hosting an author and want to include the book cover?
Did you know that you could actually be making money off of this?
I just read an interesting article. Although it was an older article, it makes [...]

A fresh look and new ideas for Book Marketing Buzz

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I don’t know if anyone noticed, but Book Marketing Buzz has a new look.  The picture on the left shows you what we used to look like in case you forgot.
I have a wonderful wonderful lady who has helped me change over from the generic wordpress template to a more professional one.  I’ve got lots [...]

How far will PR go and can a 104-year-old woman tweet?

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Interesting article in TechCrunch this morning. Seems they had run a story about a 104-year-old woman who had signed up for Twitter (supposedly the oldest woman to sign up for this wonderful microblogging platform), but the thing is, it ended up being a PR stunt that either worked or not (depending on your take [...]

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