JB’S JOURNAL FOR AUTHORS – MARCH 10, 2019

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SIX SECRETS TO PRICING YOUR EBOOK

JB’s Journal for Authors is a bi-weekly newsletter dedicated to the authors who never have enough time and are crushed by information. The Journal highlights important information to help authors sell books.

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 AMAZON BEST SELLING AUTHOR

 INTERNATIONAL AUTHOR

 READERS FAVORITE

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FROM THE EDITOR’S DESK

Published

THE PRICE IS RIGHT: SIX SECRETS TO PRICING YOUR EBOOK by David Kudler from The Book Designer

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EDITOR’S COMMENT: Tough call pricing a book. The post reviews the KDP Price Support service and a discussion on why too low a price can be just as bad as too high a price. Interesting.

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Published

ONE COMMON WAY WRITERS WEAKEN THEIR DESCRIPTIONS by Janice Hardy from Janice Hardy’s Fiction University

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EDITOR’S COMMENT: Description for the sake of description without relevancy weakens the story. Examples are given to support the need for relevancy.

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BONUS

Publish date, spring 2019

HOW TO MAKE DOMINANT FEMALE CHARACTERS LIKE-ABLE by Lisa Hall-Wilson from Writers in the Storm

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EDITOR’S COMMENT: The post suggests the dominant female must have common ground with the reader. Lovable and fighting against impossible odds. Then it becomes interesting with a discussion on female alpha-hood and their body language.

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Publish date, fall 2019

PACING AND SPACING: THE POWER OF ARTFUL PARAGRAPHING by P J Parrish from Killzoneblog

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EDITOR’S COMMENT: An excellent discussion with examples to prove the value of pacing in the story through the construction of paragraphs.

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Publish date, spring 2019

HOW TO USE YOUR BOOK COVER TO SELL MORE BOOKS by AD Sterrling from The Creative Penn

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EDITOR’S COMMENT: This is an awesome post with beautiful cover illustrations to prove the point that covers matter in book sales.

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THE MARKETING MISTAKE IS WHERE 90% OF AUTHORS FAIL by Reedsy

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EDITOR’S COMMENT: Reedsy continues to be a must read for authors who want to get into the weeds to strengthen sales. The post discusses the sales formula, conversion funnel and conversion to traffic.

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FUN WITH FONTS – GETTING EBOOK TYPEFACES RIGHT by David Kudler from The Book  Designer

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EDITOR’S COMMENT: An interesting thorough discussion on a subject that needs more attention. A book title font can convey the theme of the story especially when seen at the top of each page. A recommended read.

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SECOND PAGE

3 TYPES OF CONTRACTS EVERY WRITER SHOULD UNDERSTAND by Leonard D. Duboff & Amanda-Ann Bryan from Jane Friedman

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INTRODUCING TRUE CRIME THURSDAY by Debbie Burke from Killzoneblog

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7 MYTHS OF USING PRESS RELEASES TO PROMOTE YOUR BOOKS by Joan Stewart from The Book Designer

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WRITING BACKSTORY THROUGH DIALOGUE by Becca Puglisi from Writers Helping Writers

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WHEN YOUR QUERY REVEALS A STORY-LEVEL PROBLEM by Susan DeFreitas from Jane Friedman

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SUBTEXT FOR WRITERS, PART 4 – IMAGES, METAPHORS, AND GENRE by Sarah Sally Hamer from The Write Conversation

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3 WAYS INSECURITY HURTS YOUR WRITING by Braeden Phillips from Live Write Thrive

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JB’S JOURNAL FOR AUTHORS – MARCH 10, 2019

Posted · Add Comment

SIX SECRETS TO PRICING YOUR EBOOK

JB’s Journal for Authors is a bi-weekly newsletter dedicated to the authors who never have enough time and are crushed by information. The Journal highlights important information to help authors sell books.

Photo Credits:  Pixabay

Facebook Fan Page  https://www.facebook.com/JBMorrisAuthor/

Twitter                        https://twitter.com/JBMORRISAuthor

email                            jbmorris37@gmail.com

SETH                           http://myBook.to/SETHMorris

 AMAZON BEST SELLING AUTHOR

 INTERNATIONAL AUTHOR

 READERS FAVORITE

EDITOR’S COMMENT ON BLOG MAILING LIST 

Please send me an email at jbmorris37@gmail. com  if you wish to add your name to our mailing list. 

FROM THE EDITOR’S DESK

Published

THE PRICE IS RIGHT: SIX SECRETS TO PRICING YOUR EBOOK by David Kudler from The Book Designer

Click here to read more

EDITOR’S COMMENT: Tough call pricing a book. The post reviews the KDP Price Support service and a discussion on why too low a price can be just as bad as too high a price. Interesting.

*

Published

ONE COMMON WAY WRITERS WEAKEN THEIR DESCRIPTIONS by Janice Hardy from Janice Hardy’s Fiction University

Click here to read more

EDITOR’S COMMENT: Description for the sake of description without relevancy weakens the story. Examples are given to support the need for relevancy.

Click here to read more

*

BONUS

Publish date, spring 2019

HOW TO MAKE DOMINANT FEMALE CHARACTERS LIKE-ABLE by Lisa Hall-Wilson from Writers in the Storm

Click here to read more

EDITOR’S COMMENT: The post suggests the dominant female must have common ground with the reader. Lovable and fighting against impossible odds. Then it becomes interesting with a discussion on female alpha-hood and their body language.

*

Publish date, fall 2019

PACING AND SPACING: THE POWER OF ARTFUL PARAGRAPHING by P J Parrish from Killzoneblog

Click here to read more

EDITOR’S COMMENT: An excellent discussion with examples to prove the value of pacing in the story through the construction of paragraphs.

*

Publish date, spring 2019

HOW TO USE YOUR BOOK COVER TO SELL MORE BOOKS by AD Sterrling from The Creative Penn

Click here to read more

EDITOR’S COMMENT: This is an awesome post with beautiful cover illustrations to prove the point that covers matter in book sales.

*

THE MARKETING MISTAKE IS WHERE 90% OF AUTHORS FAIL by Reedsy

Click here to read more

EDITOR’S COMMENT: Reedsy continues to be a must read for authors who want to get into the weeds to strengthen sales. The post discusses the sales formula, conversion funnel and conversion to traffic.

*

FUN WITH FONTS – GETTING EBOOK TYPEFACES RIGHT by David Kudler from The Book  Designer

Click here to read more

EDITOR’S COMMENT: An interesting thorough discussion on a subject that needs more attention. A book title font can convey the theme of the story especially when seen at the top of each page. A recommended read.

 ***

 ***

SECOND PAGE

3 TYPES OF CONTRACTS EVERY WRITER SHOULD UNDERSTAND by Leonard D. Duboff & Amanda-Ann Bryan from Jane Friedman

Click here to read more

*

INTRODUCING TRUE CRIME THURSDAY by Debbie Burke from Killzoneblog

Click here to read more

*

7 MYTHS OF USING PRESS RELEASES TO PROMOTE YOUR BOOKS by Joan Stewart from The Book Designer

Click here to read more

*

WRITING BACKSTORY THROUGH DIALOGUE by Becca Puglisi from Writers Helping Writers

Click here to read more

*

WHEN YOUR QUERY REVEALS A STORY-LEVEL PROBLEM by Susan DeFreitas from Jane Friedman

Click here to read more

*

SUBTEXT FOR WRITERS, PART 4 – IMAGES, METAPHORS, AND GENRE by Sarah Sally Hamer from The Write Conversation

Click here to read more

*

3 WAYS INSECURITY HURTS YOUR WRITING by Braeden Phillips from Live Write Thrive

Click here to read more

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