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Welcome to Author Marketing Experts’ Blog Carnival. We thank this week’s contributors for their pieces on writing, getting published, book marketing, self-publishing, and social media.

Self-Publishing

Hazel Longuet submitted 20 Writing Tips: This Week’s Most Popular Articles On Writing posted at Novel Experience, saying, “Every Monday I do a round-up of the previous week’s top 20 articles on writing, self-publishing and book promotion as buzzed up by the actions of my 7k social media followers – comprising of primarily published and aspiring authors. So here are this week’s top 20…..”

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Social Media

Chrys Fey submitted How to Create an Author Facebook Page posted at Write With Fey, saying, “Creating a Facebook Page is a big step, because it says you’re ready to get more readers and engage with them.”

Book Marketing

Mayowa Ajisafe submitted How To Get The Best Cover Design And Use Your Cover Design To Market Your Book, Build A Side Author Business And Sell More Books With Derek Murphy posted at Authors Crib, saying, “In this episode of Authors Crib Podcast, I had a chat with Derek Murphy of The Creativ Indie and DIY Book Covers who is an author and a book cover design expert who has designed tons of book covers for bestselling authors like Joanna Penn of TheCreativePenn.com. Derek shares his writing journey and discusses how he started working with authors as an editor and cover designer and offers tons of great cover design and book marketing tips, strategies and advice as well as his best tips on how authors can build a side business as an author to augment their writing income.”

Writing

David Leonhardt submitted Who Hires a Ghostwriter posted at The Happy Guy Writing Services, saying, “Everybody knows that some people hire ghostwriters. But it might surprise you to discover who some of those ‘some people’ are.”

Getting Published

Katie McCoach submitted What NOT to Say to a Literary Agent (or Editor) posted at KM Editorial, saying, “After attending an event hosted by GLAWS, KM Editorial shares the takeaways on what NOT to say to a literary agent (or editor) to sell your book.”

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: http://amarketingexpert.com/submit-ame-blog-carnival/

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