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Book Marketing vs Book Sales – Why the Difference Matters to Authors

Book Marketing vs Book Sales – Why the Difference Matters to Authors

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Managing Oneself – PETER DRUCKER | Animated Book Summary

Managing Oneself – PETER DRUCKER | Animated Book Summary

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Managing Oneself by Peter Drucker Today is a time of immense and unprecedented opportunity. Gone are the days where you are stuck having to do the same job that your father did. You can rise to the top of your profession with drive, talent and ambition and it doesn’t matter where you’ve come from. However, […]

Where to Publish Your E-Book – Kobo, Kindle, Apple, Overdrive?

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– Amazon Kindle definitely has the market for e-books cornered in the United States but it’s not the only player in the marketplace. If you’re a non-fiction author about to publish an e-book, you might be wondering where you should upload your book for distribution. If you are, stick around. (upbeat music) Hi there, I’m […]

Is Your Non-Fiction Book Acknowledgement Boring?

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I think the acknowledgements are an important part of a book. It’s the author’s opportunity to thank the many people who have helped them create the book and even help them in their life or career that got them to the point of writing that book. Gratitude is important and I am totally good with […]

How to Start a Book Club

How to Start a Book Club

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How to Start a Book Club. Use these tips to form the book club you’ve always dreamed of. You will need Members A meeting place Guidelines A leader A list of discussion topics and mutual respect. Step 1. Decide what kind of book club you’d like. Your love for types of books, whether fiction, nonfiction, […]

How to Conduct a Great Book Club Discussion

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How to Conduct a Great Book Club Discussion. If you have the honor of moderating your book club’s meeting, find out how to make it memorable. You will need Curiosity Brainstorming ability A list of questions and enthusiasm. Step 1. Investigate possible topics. Ask yourself what interests you, for instance, theme, character development, or imagery. […]

Norwegian Wood Book Review + Next Book + Bonus Reading Book! | February Book Club

Norwegian Wood Book Review + Next Book + Bonus Reading Book! | February Book Club

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– Hey guys it’s Mike, welcome back to my channel. Today we’re gonna be doing February’s book club. If you haven’t already seen the intro to book club, I’m gonna stick a link up in the top there. Because that will explain why we’re doing book club and about the book for this month. In […]

The Five Types of Academic Book Reviews

The Five Types of Academic Book Reviews

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In this video I’d like to talk about some of the most common academic book review strategies that are out there. Having been a graduate student myself at one point, and an early career assistant professor, I know how difficult it can be to write a book review and to be able to come across […]