Author: drwinn

  • Printing Only What You Need

    Harmon Press is a print on demand publisher created to help you get into print and stay in print by only printing what you need, when you need it. Our mission is to get everyday folks who are not yet visible, which is one of the requirements of many traditional publishers, get their book into […]

  • Using Your Kindle Book To Gain Market Reach

    Using your Kindle eBook to gain market reach is important to marketing. Here are some thoughts from author Kathleen Gage. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Looking for a new way to get in front of potential book buyers? Try your hand at publishing a Kindle book. It’s one of the easiest ways to get your material published…fast! I couldn’t […]

  • 12 Simple Ways to Sell More Books

    Selling books is the end game for an author. Here are some thoughts from author Kathleen Gage. Most authors want to sell books, but many never will. At least not more than a handful. The #1 way to sell books is to get yours to stand out from the millions of others that are out […]

  • Sell Your Book With Low Or No Cost Book Marketing At Events

    The following article is provided curiosity of Ezine Articles and is written by Paul Godines. To sell your book using no cost book marketing is a dream of virtually every business, the thought that they could actually sell hundreds of copies of their newest non-fiction paperback seems to many like an impossible task. I know […]

  • 12 Books Seth Godin Thinks You Should Read

    Seth Godin is an American entrepreneur, author, and public speaker. Godin popularized the topic of permission marketing. Known for his innovative concepts, he is the author of almost a dozen and a half books, his latest being: Poke the Box. But, he is also a reader and the following list includes 11 additional books he […]

  • Publishing a Book to Attract New Customers

    Lots of professionals have not yet considered publishing a book to “to Burnish Credentials and Attract New Customers.” They are experts in their fields but often think of writing a books as something one does an occupation or hopefully an occupation. But, that’s not necessarily true. May professionals are writing to bring new business in […]

  • A First Draft is a First Draft!

    A First Draft is a FIRST Draft is a FIRST Draft! Authors are usually so happy when they have written the last line of their book. Pressing “save” that last time is a bit exhilarating, but that version of your book is only a first draft. Most likely it has some difficulties that need to […]

  • Maximizing Your Marking

    There are several ideas to consider in this area. Most author’s believe that everyone should read their book and everyone should know it’s available. So, they rush right out and get a blog, usually a free blog, at Blogspot or at WordPress. When it’s up, they tell all their friends to tell all their friends […]

  • Putting the Marketing Puzzle Together

    So you wanna know about marketing your book? If you are an author, you must market your book, even if you have a traditional publishing company as your publisher. The old myth that your traditional publishing company will market you book for you is just that: a myth. So, in order to be effect, you […]

  • Is Print on Demand (POD) Right For You?

    Print on Demand (POD) is a good way of getting into print quickly and often inexpensively. Here are some things to think about: Writing you manuscript and then writing endless proposals with only a small percentage of a chance of getting picked up by a traditional publisher. Rejection is tough. If you book is really […]