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The benefits of short read fiction for indie-authors!

Hey everyone, Neil here again. Welcome back to HQ. And what I want to talk about today is the benefits of writing short little fiction books as opposed to writing the full traditional length novel. Now the problem with the full traditional length novel it’s between 80,000 and 120,000 words in length. And whatever way […]

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Why is your book boring? Grab them by the balls

Today, I want to talk about a feature that is often overlooked when it comes to Kindle publishing and that is the “look inside” feature. So just to be clear what that is, on all of your books when you upload them to KDP, what they do is they offer readers the chance to see […]

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Your audience for your self-published book is already out there!

“You have to build an audience.” Quite possibly the most dangerous sentence in self-publishing today. I’m all for building a list, getting likes on Facebook pages and even casual social media interaction. That’s fine on one condition –  it isn’t sucking up your time, energy and resources. The problem with all these “audience building” activities […]

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