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Making Book Promotion Work: The Author/Publisher Partnership

Posted at 7:31AM Wednesday 13 Aug 2014

The days of publisher-sponsored book tours and release parties are over for most authors. That doesn't mean you can't have events and other successful promotions for your new book; it does mean that you will need to partner with your publisher and you will probably have to do some, if not all, of the heavy lifting to make them happen.

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