AME Blog Carnival: Tips and Tricks for Writers and Authors – September 8, 2014

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Welcome to this week’s Author Marketing Experts’ Blog Carnival. We’ve got some advice on book marketing, writing, and getting published for this week’s carnival. Thank you to all of the contributors!

Book Marketing

Sarah Bolme submitted Being Heard Above the Noise posted at Marketing Christian Books, saying, “The number of books published each year is staggering. How do you get your book noticed above all that noise?”

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Getting Published

Erica Verrillo submitted 22 Cookbook and Nonfiction Publishers Accepting Unagented Manuscripts posted at Publishing … And Other Forms of Insanity, saying, “I’ve compiled a list of 22 publishers that accept cookbook proposals from writers. Even if you haven’t written a cookbook, this list will be of interest to you. Most of these publishers accept nonfiction proposals in a number of categories, and some accept fiction.”


Chrys Fey submitted Two Character Perspectives posted at Write With Fey, saying, “There are many stories written in one character’s perspective, but a lot of books are composed of two or more perspectives. And I am finding that more and more readers are enjoying getting into the heads of both the hero and heroine in romance books.”

That concludes this week’s carnival. Our weekly roundup offers the best book marketing, self-publishing, writing, and general publishing industry tips to guide authors, would-be authors, publishers and others on their book journey. Submit a post to our weekly carnival by using this link:


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