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darlene-quinn's picture
Feb.27.2014
  Book Marketing can be one of the biggest challenges for traditionally published as well as self-published authors. Today, more than ever before, writers are faced with the task of marketing the books they write. To launch a successful book marketing campaign, there are many marketing...
darlene-quinn's picture
Sep.12.2013
  Book Marketing can be one of the biggest challenges for traditionally published as well as self-published authors. Today, more than ever before, writers are faced with the task of marketing the books they write. To launch a successful book marketing campaign, there are many marketing...
justin-chin's picture
Oct.11.2011
Another Litquake is upon us! I remember that very first one 12 years ago when it was still called Litstock, and held one late afternoon at the bandstand at Golden Gate Park amidst chilly winds, a sandstorm and fog. Ah, nostalgia....!   So, here's a little something to amuse oneself en route,...
lillian-lambert's picture
Jun.09.2011
As professional speakers our audiences depend on us to provide them with a memorable experience. In order to do this, the speaker needs to follow some specific ground rules.  Seasoned speakers may be aware of these but a reminder is always useful. Those thinking about or new to the speaking...
bob-mustin's picture
Nov.17.2010
The three novellas I committed to re-editing this year are almost done. As I head for the back stretch, I'm beginning to wonder about the target audience for each - or whether I should concern myself with one target audience to encompass all three. And I've just reminded myself of that marketing...
dale-estey's picture
May.30.2010
  Photo: BEA  Jon Stewart Takes On Garrison Keillor and Needy Audience Members at the Book Expo "Garrison Keillor wrote in a Times op-ed yesterday that the publishing industry is dead," said Jon Stewart, emcee of today's Book Expo breakfast panel that featured authors John Grisham...
john-jung's picture
Sep.18.2008
When I first started giving presentations at book talks and signings for "Southern Fried Rice," my focus was to inform my audience about the story of our family living as the only Chinese in our town.   As I gave more presentations I became increasingly aware of unanticipated consequences...