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WoEM is Up for Book Cover of the Month!

Breaking news: The Warden of Everfeld: Memento is up for Book Cover of the Month, a monthly bracket run by MLS Weech!

Go vote for your favorite (ahem, mine).

Just kidding. Vote for whichever covers you like the most. Just be sure to vote in every match and every round. Each of these authors and illustrators want a little recognition, and they all deserve it for their efforts.

Vote now!

https://brackify.com/bracket/21292/September-Book-Cover-of-the-Month

And check out my book on Amazon if you haven’t already: https://www.amazon.com/Warden-Everfeld-Memento-Steven-DAdamo/dp/1732255407/

Steve D

Reblog Wednesday: Ebook Piracy – What To Do If Someone Steals Your Book #KindlePreneur #h2e

Welp, here’s a side of ebook publishing I’ve never considered before. What can you do if someone publishes your free ebook without your permission? And should you do it?

Honest question: have any of you authors experienced this problem? How did you approach it? I’d love to hear your stories.

Shout-out to @SylviaHubbard1 for sharing this first and bringing it to my feed.

Steve D

How To Ebook

You’d be amazed at how many websites have pirated or claim to have pirated your book.|

There it is…sitting there, being given away for free….

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Marketing Your Novel: Indirect Marketing through Social Media

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Want to know a secret?

I don’t like social media. I use it, like most people, to keep up with friends and family and laugh at dank memes and cat videos, but otherwise, I rather despise it.

There’s just too much noise, and it stresses me out with overexposure. I’m an introvert by nature, and social media only tends to amplify the loudest, most reactive, and most obnoxious qualities of human interaction.

But, the fact is, some form of social media is basically a required piece of a marketing strategy. Continue reading Marketing Your Novel: Indirect Marketing through Social Media