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10 Secrets to Being Less Overwhelmed With Book Marketing

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We can learn so much from one another.

Being an author often means we sit at our desk for hours on end, living in our imaginary worlds, creating conversations, and listening to the voices in our heads. It’s an isolating occupation!

But when we get out into the real world and interact with others, it can be glorious.

I recently had the privilege of talking to a group of authors during a five-day conference in the mountains of North Carolina. I love getting to meet authors face-to-face and spend quality time with them.

One of my favorite things to see at conferences is an author’s “aha moment” – that moment where they discover the answer to a problem or they learn something that will make their life so much easier.

I love to share those “aha moments” because it shows that you aren’t alone. You know there is someone else who has struggled with what you’re dealing with and there is an answer. And most of the time, the answer isn’t nearly as difficult as you might think!

I wanted to highlight the top 10 “aha moments” that will help you be less overwhelmed and see a bigger difference in your book marketing:

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1 Comment

  1. Reblogged this on Author Don Massenzio and commented:
    Check out this great post from the How to eBook blog with 10 Secrets to Being Less Overwhelmed With Book Marketing

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