…if Authors ain’t allowed to promote themselves, who else is gonna do it?… #TBSU…

If any aspiring quill-scrapers have not found Seumas’ blog yet, here’s an awesome article to start you out… And I highly recommend the self publishing steps to successful sales… Not only is it an alliterative title (and what author doesn’t have a secret love affair with alliteration), but it’s got some bloody good information for fledgling authors as well. Oh and he writes really good crime novels too…if you’re ever in a scrape, call Jack Calder… he’ll get you out of it…with lots of bang! 🙂 Enjoy!

Seumas Gallacher

…this ol’ Jurassic has hammered on often enuff on this blog about the need for ‘building the platform’ and using the SOSYAL NETWURKS for authors and other types of writers to get their masterpieces ‘out there’ and known… and like buses and taxis where you get none for ages, then along comes a fleet of them, the Web has been peppered this week with shedloads of commentary on the merits and demerits of self-promotion… for many quill-scrapers, the very thought of doubling as authors/marketing folks causes their laptops to implode… I consider myself an Author… not ‘aspiring’ Author, mind, but fully-fledged, card-carrying, got the T-shirt, Author… but before that I was, and probably still am, a businessman… whether we accept it, appreciate it, acknowledge it, like it or not, writing in the modern age is a business… most successful businesses I know include promotion in their…

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