Aggie’s how-to, The Rewritten Word, held multiple Amazon category bestseller status for over nineteen months (and still holding), and Amazon Categories Create Best Sellers hit multiple category bestseller three days after release at Kindle.
Published at Thomas Nelson before age 30, award-winning author Aggie Villanueva is now a self-published fiction & nonfiction author at Amazon/Kindle with The Rewritten Word (won the 2011 Global eBooks award in Writing/Publishing), Rightfully Mine and Amazon Categories Create Best Sellers, all of which reached bestseller in multiple categories shortly after release, and also ranking in multiple categories of Amazon’s Top Rated, Hot New Releases and Tag Communities lists.
Aggie founded Promotion á la Carte, author promotional services July 2010 and 6 months later was voted #2 at Preditors & Editors in Promotion, and #4 in 2011. My Book Marketing Systems, her sister company saves authors $100s - $1,000s, allowing them entry into the author app mobile market. She teaches author promotion across the Web.
Villanueva is also an award-winning critically acclaimed photographic artist represented by galleries nationwide, including Xanadu Gallery in Scottsdale, AZ. Contact Villanueva at email@example.com.
This is the most comprehensive help you'll find in using the simple techniques offered through Amazon's category choices, leading to your book becoming a category bestseller.
The book is so much more (as are categories). It includes background Amazon strategies and controversy affecting authors while attempting to understand and utilize it on many levels. All through the eyes of a fellow author.
"Aggie has few peers as an interviewer. She does her homework, asks layered questions that illuminate the writer's core, and brings a fresh and positive energy to the experience for both reader and interviewee alike." Larry Brooks, critically acclaimed author and revolutionary fiction instructor.
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