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Post your latest book review link here! 9225 Replies

I love searching through the wonderful blogs associated with this group, but sometimes I'd just like to find a new book to read! I thought this would be a great place to JUST post review links! Here's my latest:Jodi Picoult's "Handle With Care"…Continue

Started by Rachel Hare. Last reply by Kathleen Higgins-Anderson 8 hours ago.

Paying for editing with crowdfunding? 1 Reply

Has anyone here managed to run a successful campaign? Or not?My project (a dystopian novel) recently went live at Kickstarter. It's doing about how I expected...not so hot. I knew my chances were slim because it's usually family and friends that…Continue

Tags: kickstarter, budget, editing, dystopian, crowdfunding

Started by C. D. Verhoff. Last reply by Alexandr Iscenco 9 hours ago.

Promotion, Promotion, Promotion, Books, Blogs, you name it. 345 Replies

In the world of Blogging, threads, threads and more threads are the life blood of success.What I'm sayin' is, post your books, blogs or whatever.My personal Blog can be found @ SlantedK Just…Continue

Tags: writer, fiction, ebook, horror, blogs

Started by David M Karder. Last reply by Olivia Roach yesterday.

BookTube!? 24 Replies

Hey everyoneI was wondering if there are any BookTubers among us? For those unaware a Booktuber is someone who uploads reviews/book talks/hauls and other book related things to Youtube. Most are readers but I'm sure there are a few writers out there…Continue

Tags: reading, books, reviews, youtube, booktube

Started by Amanda @ Go Book yourself!. Last reply by Marylee MacDonald yesterday.

Werewolves V Vampires 3 Replies

I just released a short story Dark Side of Love. My story tells the tale of romance among wolves in the heat of Miami. I've gotten positive feed back along with a 5 -Star rating. My question is are wolves just as popular today as Vampires?  I would…Continue

Started by Janie DeCoster. Last reply by Janie DeCoster on Tuesday.

Seeking blog followers, eBooks to review and more! 18 Replies

Hi there,I'm fairly new to the Book Blogger universe and I am just beginning to scratch the surface of all it's great contents. First, I would like to build a following on my blog.  I am also trying to find great blogs to follow.  I have a fairly…Continue

Started by Mo. Last reply by Sarah Butland on Tuesday.

Books on Sale!

I'm not certain if there is a link already here for this, but I want to promote that my first novel, My Lady Olives, is now on sale via Kindle Countdown!99 Cents today and tomorrow!…Continue

Started by Mandy Oviatt on Tuesday.

Looking to cross promote with other erotic authors

Hello,If you are an erotic author and interested in cross promoting our products, please let me know.I look forward to talking with you!Sincerely,Sophee HunterContinue

Tags: promotion, promote, cross, author, erotic

Started by Sophee Hunter on Tuesday.


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