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April 2012 - Tweet Your Way to the Top

The Big Reasons Indie Authors Aren't Taken Seriously
Despite the assumptions that 2012 will be the year for indie authors to become successful, there are many reasons why these authors will find it difficult to be picked up by publishers. Read more.

6 Effective but Ignored Social Media Marketing Sites
Social media has changed the way society communicates. For authors, these resources are a valuable tool to help communicate with publishing companies with whom they seek to submit their work. Despite the widespread knowledge of Facebook and Twitter, there are a number of other social media websites that prove to be beneficial tools. Read more.

Trojans? Spartans? Who is Triumphant in the War of the eReaders?
Undoubtedly, eReaders have become a highly purchased item among consumers to read their books; however, with the number of readers on the market, many consumers remain confused as to which are the most appropriate for them. Read more.

Harry Potter eBooks Finally Arrive
J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter series is soon to be available in eBook format. Though the award winning author held off on releasing digital copies of her book, the Harry Potter series will be available on the Pottermore website this month. Read more.

Government Pressuring Publishers to Adjust Pricing Policy on E-Books
Though eBooks were intended to reduce book prices, an investigation by the justice department is underway to discover whether or not large publishers are working together to control the price of eBooks. Read more.


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