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Combs has delivered a neo-noir science fiction tale that’s filled with flair, substance, and ideas. Constantly interesting, it is refreshingly free of intellectual pretensions but more importantly, she fulfils the promise of futuristic fiction without resorting to weary tropes or trite clichés.
With a compelling and charismatic narrative, Lover, Lady, Smuggler, Spy quickly turns into a novel that will have its readers on the edge of their seats and eager to know what happens next. Another welcome addition to the Regency romance genre from Alicia Quigley, that will simply sweep you away.
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"The best book reviews are the ones that get into the mind of its author"
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Why do some books go viral while the vast majority fall flat? You might think it's about advertising. You might think it's about having a great book or an original idea that inflames the imagination of its readers, or you might think it's luck, but what is it that really drives people to talk about and share the books they have read.
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There’s one truth we are loathed to admit. Book reviews no longer sell books like they used to! It‘s a bold statement that needs quantifying and of course there are exceptions, but in the main this post is aimed at the 95% of traditionally published and indie published authors who struggle to get more than a handful of reviews for their books.
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Unless you have been on a desert island for the last 10 years you can’t log on to Twitter or Facebook without finding an author tweeting about their latest book. Readers will often make purchasing decisions based upon the strength of a post and it’s rare for an author to make it into the spotlight on the strength of a book alone.
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Tristan Boutros and Jennifer Cardella have enviable track records when it comes to business analysis and project leadership and here they use their dearth of experience to deliver a trusted blueprint for building comprehensive and lasting process improvement frameworks that achieve superior results.
Literary prizes will stimulate sales, but first and foremost should reward great writing.
To simply ask authors if they favour paying for professional book reviews would add little value. We wanted to dig a little deeper and find a correlation between paid book reviews and increased book sales and with an author mailing list of over 25,000 we are reasonably well placed to ask the most pertinent questions.
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With an undeniable aura of mystery, Constant Guests proves to be a masterful debut with Nedelea’s prose bringing grace and style to a plot brimming with the cliff-hangers readers expect from the genre. Grounded in exhaustive research it’s one of those novels that constantly seems on the edge of startling revelations and always keeps keep intrigue to the fore.
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An intelligent, adrenaline infused cocktail, Gravity really is a thinking reader’s science fiction thriller. The fourth instalment in Corkill’s explosive Alex Cave series he always brings a powerful sense of visual energy and imagination to his stories and Gravity is no exception.
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Success as an author means creating the right foundations for a book to go viral. Despite a plethora of ‘guru’s’ who are happy to help authors part with their money, going viral in the real context of the word should be an aspiration, never a given, but you can load the odds in your favour.
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It’s incredibly important for authors and often neglected amidst the lure of Twitter, facebook and other social networking sites, but here’s the thing. Improving the organic visibility of your website will make a massive impact on the number of books an author sales.
A smart, stylish and disturbing psychological thriller, The Damaged proves an exercise in reader manipulation as Law sets out to stagger the senses, delivering an exacting plot and noir narrative underlined by a stratum of evil. There’s truth, deceit, salvation, damnation and subtle morality twists which add palpable depth, but in Mason’s quest for revenge readers are forced to consider the price they would ultimately be willing to pay to right a wrong. Powerful and undeniably dark, The Damaged makes a welcome addition to the genre and is sure to win Law a host of enthusiastic followers.
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