Authors: Reinvent Yourself and Your Brand to Reach New Readers and Treat Your Regular Readers

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TGIF, WG2E-Land!!! Two of our recent WG2E Guests – Kenra Daniels and Victoria Noe – shared the importance of continuing to keep our author blogs and brands fresh and true to us as people plus the importance of continuing to find new niche markets full of readers new to us and our books. Here’s an [...]

Indie Epublished Authors: Create at Least One Golden Cow Product per Year

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Happy Sunday, WG2E-Land! If there’s one “product” that I can say forever changed my Indie Epublishing career, it was my first Boxed Set (Ebook Boxed Set Bliss). That one product alone has now made me over $35,000 since its release in December 2011! Using my current sales stats, it should come in around $50,000+ for [...]

Indie Epublished Authors: Build Your Backlist Quicker with Shorter-Length Novels

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Happy Monday, WG2E-Land! Here’s a fabulous tip to help you begin to fill your cyber shelves and thus also fill your readers’ online shopping carts: Build Your Backlist Quicker with Shorter-Length Novels When I began writing-for-publication over thirteen years ago, I learned to write novels the TradiPub way. In other words, I was taught that [...]

Gemma Halliday’s Dos and Don’ts of Epublishing Boxed Sets

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I’m back from maternity leave!  Wow, that went fast.  It’s hard to believe my newbie is 2 months old already.  What’s that you say?  You want pictures?  Well, okay… I may be a bit biased, but I think he’s pretty darn cute. While I was away playing Mommy, another fabulous thing happened –my High Heels [...]

Product Placement in Ebooks: Think James Bond now Drinking a Heineken

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Happy Monday, WG2E-Land! I’ve talked about Product Placement before: http://thewritersguidetoepublishing.com/building-an-epublishing-empire-using-product-diversification *See #11 in that post* But last week, I read a wonderful post by WG2E Friend David Gaughran, and just had to share it: Never Kill a Client: James Bond and the Perils of Product Placement David talks about how the movie franchise has been [...]