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FCM Blog Articles

Here in our blog, we offer a full library of truthful and helpful articles that give authors the ability to market their books more effectively themselves. In fact, authors will find that they can do a lot for themselves, so why not teach them how to fish instead of trying to sell them a bunch of fish they don't really need?!

We play no games; we pull no punches. We learned the hard way what works for authors and what to avoid. We load new articles to this BLOG throughout the month. You’ll want to check in often.

Whether you're a self-published author or one who is published by a large house, there's one thing for certain. You need an editor who will…
New Smashwords Survey Helps Authors Sell More eBooks (Re-posted with permission from Smashwords) Last year at the 2012 RT Booklovers in Chicago, I released a…
By Sandra Rea An author walks into a print-on-demand publisher’s office and falls in love with the publisher’s presentation. No… wait, that’s not right. That’s…
By Sandra Rea, co-founder of Full Circle Media & Author Promotions As the popular Steve Miller Band song tells us, “Time keeps on slippin’ slippin’…
By Sandra Rea, co-founder of Full Circle Media & Author Promotions Have you ever gotten stuck listening to someone drone on and on about his/her…
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