AME Blog Carnival: Tips and Tricks for Writers and Authors October 1, 2012

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Welcome to the October 1, 2012 edition of tips and tricks for writers and authors. We’ve got great tips on self-publishing, writing and book marketing. Thanks go to all of the contributors this week!


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ISBN with EAN13 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Libby Fischer Hellman presents An Open Letter to Amazon posted at Say the Word, saying, “Based on the fake review ‘scandal,’ this is an open letter to Amazon asking them to directly address the issue.”

Walt Shiel presents Does Anybody Really Care About ISBNs? posted at Five Rainbows, saying, “Although most writers and self-publishers know what ISBN is and what the acronym stands for, I continually run across those who don’t really understand its importance to their books and their publishing ventures. In this post, I delve into the importance of ISBNs and how to use them to avoid supply chain and marketplace confusion for self-published books.”

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James D. Best presents Indie Publishing Rewrites Promotion posted at 1st Turning Point, saying, “This article explains book promotion differences between traditional and indie publishing. The article was published 2 years ago at Turning Point, but I believe the points are still valid.”

Joel Friedlander presents Twitter for the Absolutely Terrified Newbie Author posted at The Book Designer, saying, “This article explains how newbie authors can use Twitter to market their books.”

Sue Collier presents Create marketing magic with energized editorial and electrified titles, part four posted at Self-Publishing Resources.


Iyabo Oyawale presents How to Research Your Articles in 3 Easy Ways – Use Them and Get Unique Articles All the Time posted at Ask Iyabo

That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of tips and tricks for writers and authors using our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.

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