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Dear Author

Posted by William S. Peters, Sr. on Monday, March 11, 2013, In : Book Marketing 

Dear Author,


Are you employing all the known possibilities and resources you have at your fingertip[s to get the notoriety your Cherished Work deserves ? Are you sitting, waiting for that “Knock on the Door”; “Phone Call” or “E Mail” informing you that you have won the Publisher Clearing House Free trip to Wealth and Fame ? . .  .Yeah, me too. But in the mean time perhaps we can assist the World in coming to understand and accept that we have something to Say and Share with ...

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Publicity Costs . . . make the Investment

Posted by William S. Peters, Sr. on Saturday, January 12, 2013, In : Book Marketing 

Publicity Costs . . . make the Investment

All Artists, whether you are a Writer, Musician  vie to have their creativity embraced . . . to some degree. For this a Publicity Campaign is required. There are 2 basic options as to how one may approach this. Either you hire a Publicist, which can cost you up to several thousands of dollars . . .or you become one!

Most Creative Individuals are not prepared nor capable of taking off their garbs of inspiration and cloaking themselves with the...

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Selling your Book ~ The Passive vs. The Proactive

Posted by William S. Peters, Sr. on Sunday, November 25, 2012, In : Book Marketing 

Selling your Book

The Passive vs. The Proactive


If you are like myself and most Authors, we feel a great sense of accomplishment just because we have a Book in Print with our name on it or in it. Books do sell ! There are the “trickle” sales and there is something quite different and dynamic . . . . and of course there is a wide expanse of experience in between the two. This leads to our sub title of this article “The Passive vs. The Proactive”.


First let us examine this ...

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