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Building a brand

Some years ago, when I was interviewing quite a lot of reader-nominated ‘favourite historical fiction authors’, I asked those authors: Do you think of yourself as having a brand? Elizabeth

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Books Build Bridges

Last January, I put out a call on Instagram for book bloggers with an invitation to be a guest on my blog. Two women from Iran – identical twins! –

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Evolving world of publishing

I’ve followed Mike Shatzkin for years. Mike offers strategic consulting to the global book publishing business and posts every 4-6 weeks on happenings in that world. His latest post, which

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An Amazon Discovery – part 2

Last week, I wrote about Amazon’s best sellers list for women’s historical fiction. Let’s take a look at other fiction categories. MYSTERY, THRILLER & SUSPENSE FICTION – 8 out of

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Cover Design – 7 Tips from Readers

Recently, I asked readers for their thoughts on cover designs, specifically those featuring women. People responded with great enthusiasm, adding much more perspective to the matter of cover design than

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Meg from A Bookish Affair

Meg, book blogger at A Bookish Affair – a blog I’ve read for years – talks about her passion for books and what got her started in the book blogging world.

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Meet M.K.Tod

Meet M.K.Tod

The historical fiction author behind A Writer of History...

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