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About John Kremer

Book marketing expert John Kremer is the author of 1001 Ways to Market Your Books, mentor to authors who have sold over a billion books, and founder of the Billion Book Initiative to help the next …

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10 Reasons Why You Should Create an Audiobook

When you write a book or ebook, you should also create an audiobook out of your book. Creating an audiobook is incredibly important for fiction, poetry, business nonfiction, self-help nonfiction, h…

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Audiobook Video: Create Your Own Video

When you write a book or ebook, you should also create an audiobook out of your book. Creating an audiobook is incredibly important for fiction, poetry, business nonfiction, self-help nonfiction, h…

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Good Book Authors Steal Content

Stare. It is the way to educate your eye, and more. Stare, pry, listen, eavesdrop. Die knowing something. You are not here long. — Walker Evans, photographer John Kremer on Good Book Authors

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Self-Publishing Hall of Fame: Derek Walcott

Derek Walcott, Nobel-Prize winning poet and playwright, wrote his first poem at the age of 14. Before the age of 20, he self-published his first poetry collection and also produced his first play. Walcott was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature for his reimagining of The Odyssey (Omeros), his books of plays (including his most […]

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Self-Publishing Hall of Fame: Milo Yiannopoulos

On June 6, 2017, Milo Yiannopoulos’s latest title Dangerous Milo hit #1 on Amazon during its first day on sale. After his original publisher Simon & Schuster dropped the book due to controversy, Milo self-published the book under his own Dangerous Books imprint.

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10 Tips to Write and Self-Publish Your First Ebook

Do you want to write an ebook quickly and self-publish it effectively? Check out this infographic offering 10 tips to writing and self-publishing your first book.

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Book Marketing Alert: The Words You Use Determine Your Success

The words you use determine how successful you’ll be. So says Henrik Hagtvedt, who recently wrote a study on how word choice influences behavior.

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