Self-Publishing Guides: Marketing Plans for Self-published Books

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Publishing a book is only part of work. The marketing work also has to be done. That's the part most authors don’t understand or like. This book can help. More

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About Hank Quense

Early in his writing career, he was strongly influenced by two authors: Douglas Adams and his Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy and Joseph Heller’s Catch-22. Happily, Hank has never quite recovered from those experiences.

He lives with his wife in northern New Jersey, a mere 20 miles from Manhattan, thecenter of the galaxy (according to those who live in Manhattan). They have two daughters and five grandchildren all of whom live close by.

For vacations, Hank and Pat usually visit distant parts of the galaxy. Occasionally, they also time-travel.

Besides writing novels, Hank lectures on fiction writing, publishing and book marketing. He is most proud of his talk showing grammar school kids how to create a short story. He used these lectures to create an advanced ebook with embedded videos to coach the students on how to create characters, plots and setting. The target audience is 4th to 7th graders. The book’s title is Fiction Writing Workshop for Kids.

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The books in this series will help you get your book published. It will help you market it and it will protect your from scammers.

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Stacie Morrell reviewed on on Feb. 8, 2014

This was a great book. It was immediately helpful, even for me who has published two books through Kindle and CreateSpace. I was immediately able to do the things he suggested, and the links included in the text were super convenient. I would recommend this book to any author, traditionally published, self-published, beginning or experienced. We never know everything, but this covers most of what authors need to know.
(reviewed 13 days after purchase)
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