Monthly Archives: January 2016

Using Twitter for Effective Book Promotion

By Sarah Citrenbaum, Publicist When used effectively, social media is a game changer when it comes to book promotion. Twitter in particular is one of the most powerful ways for authors to raise awareness about their work. By posting about … Continue reading

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Interview With Bruce Barbour, Literary Management Group

Bruce has been active in book publishing for over forty years. He has held executive positions at several publishing houses including Fleming H Revell Company, Barbour and Company, Thomas Nelson, and Random House. In 1997, he founded Literary Management Group, … Continue reading

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Interview With 16-Year-old YA Novelist Claire Fraise

                Q: What challenges did you overcome to write and publish your YA novel, Imperfect? A: I think the biggest challenge for me was learning how to translate the clear vision of the world … Continue reading

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How Often Should Writers Pen Books?

                November was National Novel Writing Month.  In the last few years people have been encouraged to pen 50,000 words in the 30-day month, averaging 1,667 words per day.  Last year, out of … Continue reading

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