Connecting Authors to Readers

Why I Deserted NY and Picked a Small Publisher for My Second Series

Mid-March, I will be sending my latest novel off the publisher.

Whohoo!

The Raven, the Elf, and Rachel, the second book in my Unexpected Enlightenment series—about an overly inquisitive British girl named Rachel Griffin with a perfect memory, who gets herself into endless trouble, romantic and otherwise, while attending a school for sorcery in New York’s Hudson Highlands—will be winging its electronic way off to my editor any day now.

When people hear this, I...

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How To Promote All Of Your Books With One Emerging Author Campaign

Want to start a BookDaily Emerging Author Campaign but don't know which book to promote?

We've got you covered. Did you know that you can change your promoted title in your BookDaily Emerging Author Campaign at any time? Once you've began your campaign, be sure that your new title is listed on BookDaily.com and then send a note to your dedicated Author Team here to update your promotional...

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What do Arya, Hermione, and Bella have in common?

What do Arya, Hermione, and Bella have in common? Aside from being characters in popular books, they are rising in popularity for baby names.

When choosing your characters’ names, it’s probably not at the forefront of your mind to set the latest baby name trend. And it doesn’t have to be. But it is important to choose your characters’ names wisely.

Here are a few tips:

1. Vary your characters’ names so they don’t confuse your readers. If ...

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How to become a BookDaily Featured Author of the Day

We love sharing interesting tidbits about you to our Facebook and Twitter family so much that we created a Featured Author of the Day newsletter just to brag about you! The NEW Featured Author of the Day newsletter allows authors to create buzz about their books by sharing the inside scoop on their characters, a new series, or a unique ...

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Real Reasons Why Edited Books Are Still Awful

Many readers who delve into the indie book world know there's an epidemic with poor editing. The usual assumption is that the book was never formally introduced to an editor. The runner up assumption is that the editor had no idea what they were doing. And while both of these scenarios happen more often than they should, there are some other factors not usually discussed.

So, guess what we're doing today? Discussing why edited books are still awful, of course.

What ...

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