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message 1: by د.ريمة (new)

د.ريمة (omferas) | 105 comments Hi Authors
Every time we try to write better and better.
And always ask ourselves:
What do we؟,to make the book that we wrote it.
The best-selling in the world???

message 2: by Ken (new)

Ken (kendoyle) | 347 comments Write a book that millions of people want to read.

message 3: by Gary (new)

Gary Jones (gfjones_dvm) | 53 comments So far I've put a lot into advertising and publicity with a return of about $1 for every $7 invested last year--and that was an improvement! Twitter seems to be made up of authors begging other authors to buy their books.

message 4: by د.ريمة (new)

د.ريمة (omferas) | 105 comments Mr Ken:
Yes, that is .
But what about ?,if it is the opposite of what you believe?.

message 5: by Adam (new)

Adam Mann | 15 comments If all authors retweeted one anonther's books, it would be of great help. A single Indieauthor cannot hope to do it all by themselves, or can they? To many authors the advantage is that Tweets are relatively free of cost.

message 6: by Emily (new)

Emily (englishscribbles) | 5 comments I agree that authors should help each other and be supportive of each other. I just don't think tweeting is the way to do it. I find myself scrolling past all the tweets because it really feels like I'm getting nothing but advertising.

message 7: by د.ريمة (last edited Feb 02, 2017 11:08AM) (new)

د.ريمة (omferas) | 105 comments Yes Dear Authors
I think that.
Those sites rely on individuals than companies.
Are not media companies. so Facebook and other sites do not help much too.
Is there a creative way?
Tell us Mr Gary please.

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