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Diving into Deep POV

I’d written over 20 novels before I was introduced to the concept of Deep POV. As it turned out, I had been writing in deep point of view and hadn’t realized it. So what is deep point of view and how should it be executed?

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Should you enter a writing contest?

What does it mean to be an “award-winning” author?

It depends. Similar to the “bestselling author” moniker, readers have grown unimpressed by this title, unless it comes from a highly reputable (and recognizable) source.

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Your Re-release Questions Answered

Rebranding a backlist book is a common way to improve its appeal and give it fresh exposure to readers. But the idea of rebranding often raises a lot of questions. We’ve assembled the most frequently asked and answer them below.

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Holiday Sale Ideas

The holidays are fast approaching, which means it’s time to…

☕ binge on pumpkin spice lattes

? put on the holiday music

? take advantage of extra earning opportunities for authors

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Want to sell paperbacks directly to readers?

Some authors are killing it with direct sales (we’ll report more on this soon!) but if you aren’t ready to jump into that deep end, and just want a simple way to provide signed paperbacks to readers… we wanted to share Alessandra Torre’s method.

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5 Mistakes to Avoid with Amazon Keywords

How can you improve the likelihood that a reader will discover your book on Amazon? We recently hosted expert Dale L. Roberts at Inkers Con, discussing this very topic. Dale gave a presentation that broke down the nuances of book discoverability and keywords and gave a tons of tips.

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Kyla Stone’s Top 5 Craft Books

We recently had the pleasure of having bestselling post-apocalyptic thriller author Kyla Stone on our stage at Inkers Con. She shared her detailed plan on how she tripled her income when she began to write to market.

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Sharing #1 Advice Tips for New Authors

Some of our most brilliant knowledge comes in hindsight. It’s so much easier to look back and see mistakes than look forward and make the right decision.

In hopes of capturing some of that wisdom, we asked a group of bestselling Inkers Con authors an important question:

What is your best piece of advice for new authors?

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