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Audiobooks – The New Book Look


Guest Post by Author Kwen D. Griffeth

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Johannes Gutenberg introduced his printing press to the world in 1439.  The device, with its ability to move the type, started a social revolution, and I have no doubt, the morning after the announcement, Mister Gutenberg found himself beseeched by authors, all wanting to get their books printed.

Getting our works, our visions, our efforts before the reading public has always been the biggest challenge to a writer.

New Revolution of Books

Move forward several hundred years to 2017, examine the printing landscape and discover the new social revolution occurring.  Continue reading Audiobooks – The New Book Look

Great Book Reviews for Free

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It’s a fact. Books which have won awards get better reviews and more attention from readers and buyers alike. But how do you get awards?  Reviews help.

Every author desires good reviews for their book. The more reviews on Amazon, the further up the ladder your book will go. Reviews do help sell the book. But how do you get reviews? Is asking for them cheesy?  Yes, and no. You don’t want fake-sounding reviews. Belonging to a writing or reading group helps.  Finding an online reviewer who will give awards is even better. Continue reading Great Book Reviews for Free