7 Ways to Fight Writer’s Block

“I’ve often said that there’s no such thing as writer’s block; the problem is idea block.” – Jeffrey Deaver Jeffrey Deaver isn't the only person who doesn't believe

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5 Last-Minute Tax Write-Offs

Before you read the rest of this article, all of us here at Novel Publicity urge you to have a professional tax expert look over your forms before

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The Top 5 Things Readers Want from Author Newsletters

LitRing recently polled its readers to find out what they want most from author newsletters. What do you think that one thing is? If you said “giveaways and

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Why You Need a Series Bible

There's nothing that deflates your new release excitement like a 1-star reviewer pointing out an error—especially you could have prevented it by taking better notes. One of the

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7 Benefits of Hosting a Giveaway for Your Readers

You see it all the time—authors giving away books, publishers giving away themed prize packs, and LitRing giving away Amazon gift cards, e-readers, and more. The top reason

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3 Tips for Using Social Media to Connect with Your Fans

One mistake authors make with their social media is that they use it to sell their books. You might be thinking, “But wait, isn't that the point?” Not

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Send Newsletters that Readers Want to Open

Newsletters are one of the best direct connections you have with your readers because they choose to subscribe to your list. It is only natural that you would

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Boost Your Author Bookkeeping Skills

Some of the best things about being a writer include seeing your books in print, watching fans' eyes light up when you sign their books, and reading those

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How to Brand Yourself on Social Media

If you’re an author on social media, then you have a brand. You might be wondering how that happened, but you gave birth to your brand the minute

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5 Types of Back Matter to Include in Your Books

Back matter is the content that comes at the end of your book, and it is the perfect space to market your other books to readers, especially if

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