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How to Prepare for a Radio or Television Interview to Publicise Your Book

Getting your book publicised on radio or television gives you instant “celebrity” status and a larger audience than you would have in a book store or library. While many authors feel a bit starstruck (or terrified) it’s essential to do some preparation before you go live on air. Here are some tips to help you prepare to get fantastic publicity for your book.

Self Publishing? Make Sure You Host a Book Release Event!

You deserve the recognition and so does your amazing work. Once you have your book published, make sure you host a book release event.

Writing Advice: Is It Worth It to Self-Publish? One Question You Must Ask to Decide

Have a book you want to write? Trying to decide if you should self-publish, or not? Wondering what the fastest, cheapest, easiest way to get your book into the hands of readers is? Following is one question you should ask — and answer — before deciding if independently publishing your book is right for you.

Reading Your ‘Writes’: Creating Publishable Ideas From Reading What You Have Already Written

A writer’s job is to create interesting material that is publishable. What if you can’t think of any good ideas? Reading through old notebooks, journals, diaries or, even ancient computer files can give you ideas for producing good written works.

Self-Publishing Advice: Do You Earn More Writing Fiction or Non-Fiction eBooks?

Have you ever wondered, “Hmmm, I want to write this book, but I don’t know if it will sell. Is it better to write fiction or non-fiction? Which sells better? I don’t want to waste my time writing if it’s in the wrong niche and not going to sell.” Following is some insight on which sells better — fiction or non-fiction — from a self-published author of almost 100 eBooks who’s written in both genres.

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