7 Steps to Becoming an Avid Reader

There are so many benefits to reading, like expanding your vocabulary or learning new things! For those who want to become an avid reader, below are 7 steps and tips that can help you find new and thrilling books, that will help jumpstart your excitement to read.  You’re convinced that books are magical (they are)…

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Reading Books May Add Years to Your Life

The world has been taken over by social media but what people do not know is that sitting down with an old-fashioned printed book can help add years to your life by keeping your mind sharp. We all know that books can enrich our lives, but do they have health benefits as well? And if…

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50 SURPRISINGLY SIMPLE WAYS TO PROMOTE YOUR BOOK

Technology ushers new and exciting ways to promote books that can build on traditional methods. It offers new avenues to reach and interact with audiences. There are also many online forums and spaces to promote books. Read below for an article that has an extensive creative, fun but 50 surprisingly simple ways  to promote your…

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How To Grade An Author’s Marketing Ability

It can be overwhelming being an author and trying to market yourself to a publishing company. There are many different factors that they look at when determining if an author is a good fit for their company. Read the article below for more tips that may help an authors marketability.  Convincing someone to buy a…

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Why The Internet Hasn’t Killed Off Books

Printed books are nostalgic in the sense that they are encapsulated in every stage of your life. From reading bedtime stories to picking up your favorite book during the summer on a hot sunny day and getting lost in the pages. There is no comparison in having a hard copy book rather than reading on…

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Why Books Matter for the Long Run

The answer resides in a seemingly incongruous combination of traits: First, in the time-honored authority of influence books hold among readers; and second, in the ways in which disruptive technological change can strengthen rather than weaken that influence.

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