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Join me in one something I care lots about

Join me in one something I care lots about

With Winter and the current Covid-19 health crisis, the homeless and low-income individuals fall into the most vulnerable category. Did you know that?
And, did you know that socks are the #1 clothing need of those experiencing homelessness. Plus, did you know that “the homeless” includes INCREASING numbers of families with children? Keeping feet clean and warm is vital to winter health care. Socks are essential. 
As an honored Sock Ambassador for the Sock It To ‘Em Sock Campaign, …

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Top Ten Twitter Tweets of November 28, 2020

Top Ten Twitter Tweets of November 28, 2020

Good Authoring Day to YOU               

 
Today, it’s time to step up to the plate and support small business—especially bookstores. I love this post from one of news’ legacies, Dan Rather:
It’s Thanksgiving weekend. Gratefulness fills the air from so many in a variety of ways. When God Says NO picked up two more awards this week—From the Best Book Awards for Cover Design and for Spirituality: Inspirational.
Watch for next week, …

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Top Ten Twitter Tweets of October 24, 2020

Top Ten Twitter Tweets of October 24, 2020

Good Authoring Day to YOU                       
It’s another writing weekend coming up for me plus getting ready for the final surgery on my ankle next Friday. I’ve been busy taping future episodes of the AuthorU-Your Guide to Book Publishing podcast with many of the awesome AuthorYOU associate service providers with their latest tips, strategies, and techniques to support authors in your writing, book packaging, and book marketing. …

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Top Ten Twitter Tweets of September 12, 2020

Top Ten Twitter Tweets of September 12, 2020

Good Authoring Day to YOU                       
This week I rolled out my all-new online course: How to Create an Amazon eBook bestseller. These are always limited to group size—loved the energy and the desire to succeed with each of the participants … they will be ready!
Today, it’s the AuthorYOU Salons—a gathering where any question about authoring, publishing, book marketing … you name it is asked and answered. …

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Top Ten Twitter Tweets of September 05, 2020

Top Ten Twitter Tweets of September 05, 2020

Good Authoring Day to YOU 
TODAY, AuthorYOU unrolls it’s Fall First Saturday programs. Topics: Instagram POP and Author Success with Pitching and Bragging. Starting at 9 am Mountain, it may not be too late to register as you read this morning: Details are on the Events page on www.AuthorYOU.org
If you have got the wonderful eBook for my When God Says NO-Revealing the YES When Adversity and Loss Are Present, TODAY, Saturday, September 5th is the LAST …

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Critical Question for All Authors: Are You Findable? by Judith Briles

Critical Question for All Authors: Are You Findable? by Judith Briles

If you have a product—a book, consulting services or any other product—today, it’s all about being “out there”—exposed, talked about, findable.
YES … Authors must be findable… easily findable. Right now … open a new tab on the browser you have opened or open a new browser. What’s your expertise or your tagline. Type it in and do a “search” … what pops up? YOU … or someone else?
Online is your friend–it’s the town hall–the global …

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Top Ten Twitter Tweets of August 1, 2020

Top Ten Twitter Tweets of August 1, 2020

Good Authoring Day to YOU 
Oh … it looks like it’s going to be a hot, Hot, HOT August globally. How I wish I could slip into a pool and just have a good dip/float as the temps increase. Alas, maybe next month when I transition to walking once again. It can’t come too soon!
I’m noodling a bundle deal for all my publishing books at 50% off based on the Book Brush webinar we did last …

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15 Book Marketing and Book Selling Goosers for Authors

15 Book Marketing and Book Selling Goosers for Authors

During COVID, authors need to be strategic in book marketing and book selling. Period. 

Bookselling in the COVID world and 2020 meant virtual bookselling options. Authors egos want to be featured in the main bookstore in their community … but, bookselling is way beyond the bookstore (it has always been)—in fact, bookstores are minor players for the great majority of authors today–especially the independent, small press and self-published author. 
Is there one true way to do market …

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