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Marketing a Self-Published Novel: Part 5 of 5

I emailed back and forth a couple of times today with Nancy C. Johnson, author of Her Last Letter. She was mentioned in the Christian Science Monitor article as being a self-published author who made the NY Times Best Seller list. I read some of the reviews on Amazon about her book, and they are a mix of opinions. But there were 120 of them!  Getting traffic, good, bad or indifferent, is a good thing.

Victorine Lieske was on the NY Times list with her novel Not What She Seems, but has also written a book about epublishing. Might be a good investment if you’re planning to self-publish!

Here’s another great blog, recommended by Nancy C. Johnson, for people who want some sound advice on making self-publishing work. Johnson also suggested participating in the Writer’s Cafe on Amazon’s Kindle site, if you self-publish there.

If you want to fish, go where the fish are.

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