How to Market a Book – Kindle eBook Marketing, Blog Tours & More

April 30, 2013


So… the hardest part is over. You’ve written the book. You’ve edited the book. You’ve released the book.

Now what?

Needless to say, marketing is the most important part of your book’s success.

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Sound bites


“I loved everything about this book. The writing was great and the characters are so likable that you will be rooting for them the whole way.” – Book Briefs

“When a book makes you smile as much as this one did, you know you’ve found a good thing.” – The Bookish Babe


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Love Bites


“Justine’s journey from heartbreak to new love was everything the reading experience should be. I wholeheartedly recommend this book. Open the pages and see why Love Bites, but is totally worth it.” – A Tale of Many Reviews

“This book is about loving yourself and staying true to yourself. A great storyline.” – Dayreader Reviews



How to Publish an eBook on Amazon’s Kindle Store is making it easier than ever for writer’s today to be successful. With Amazon’s KDP Program – Kindle Direct Publishing – authors are now able to steer away from the traditional publishing route and expose their work to millions of consumers instantly, and also keep the majority of the profits.

Let me start by sharing my own personal success story, and then I’ll explain how you can do the same.

For the past five years, I unsuccessfully attempted to land a traditional publishing deal. I went to writer’s workshops in New York City, pitched my book to editors, queried agents, and eventually signed a representation agreement with a literary agent.

But after several years of pitching my book to publishing houses with no luck, my agent and I parted ways, 

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