Authors Spew Vitriol at FREE Books-Again!

“Nobody is buying my book because they can read all they want for FREE.” You have heard that.  It never stops. There is across our indie author universe a huge outcry about authors who promote their books for FREE and/or 99¢ . The consensus of those pickle-sour notes is: Nobody is buying books because they can […]

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eBook Promoters ~ The Best & The Worst Part 3

ePromoter Hype What to believe…or NOT This is the third in a series of articles about ebook promoters and indie author services. One of the most difficult tasks we indies face is how to sort the gold from the glitter. Not a day goes by that we don’t get emails telling us what wonderful services […]

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Five eBOOK BASICS–Are you Getting it Right? Or Forgetting it Wrong?

Five Basic Steps to Best Book Presentation There are thousands of promoters and indie author insiders calling themselves Experts and every single one has some offer in hand that will teach you how to sell your book–or if you fork over $$$–they will sell your book for you and pretty soon you will be a bestselling […]

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3 Easy Tasks You Can Do for Author Exposure

These 3 easy tasks are often overlooked by indie authors   How many people LIKE you on Facebook? I can tell you this. In two years, less than a 1000 people have liked my Facebook page. And most wanted me to trot right over and like them back. I don’t know most of those people. […]

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How Healthy is your Author Ego?

What are you moaning and groaning about? Since we indie authors must network to learn our industry, what works and what doesn’t, I am in touch with authors at all success levels daily.  I have noticed this phenomena:  An author publishes one book, and next starts feeling less than because a colleague has published two. […]

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Fantasy/Sci-Fi/Paranormal Book Tour – Dale Furse 10/8

Click the banner to see a list of all the tour stops! Meet the eBook Your Escape Authors   Dale Furse Dale has enjoyed many creative pursuits including playing guitar and singing in a band, acting and directing in theatre, writing novels, short stories, plays, songs and poems. She also reads any genre so long […]

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The Intrepid Men of #eNovAaW Book Tour: Joe B. Parr Spotlight

    Meet The Intrepid Men of #eNovAaW   Joe B. Parr Joe B. Parr is a North Texas based Mystery Suspense writer. As a native of the Fort Worth, TX area, his novels are crime dramas based in and around DFW. Residents of the area will enjoy the familiar sights and sounds. For others, […]

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Cliffhangers or Hang by the Neck until…

CLIFFHANGERS: THRILLING LEAP OR PERILOUS PLUNGE?   I’ll say it right off: in general, I don’t like cliffhangers.  That said, I agree that some of the most enjoyable and successful series ever written have had cliffhanger elements. Tolkien’s Ring Trilogy, Lewis’ Narnia series, and of course, Rowling’s Harry Potter series, all have some long story […]

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90% of Indie Authors Don’t Act

In March I wrote a blog Your Amazon Author Page~Is it Working for You?  That blog generated the  least amount of traffic on this site. I was stunned at the lack of interest. Yet, creating an effective Amazon Author page is the single most critical and basic step to an indie author’s success.  When I first stepped into […]

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Read & Review Program to Rival NetGalley

  A Read and Review program for indie authors that rivals NetGalley. How did that happen? Is it true? Yes it is true and eNovel Authors at Work has the privilege to announce it. You want the skinny up front.  Here it is: Jay Lee, the founder of Choosy Bookworm rolled out the program in an email […]

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